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Episodes of Dread Media
453: This week, Dread Media welcomes author and podcaster Jason White to talk about what happens to the weak in a zombie apocalypse in his novel The Haunted Country. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of The Boy. And the good news is: Richard is back! The bad news is: he's paying tribute to a friend and podcast legend who suddenly passed away this week. There's music, as well: "Sister" by Devin Townsend, "Black Mass" by Electric Wizard, "Evil Boy" by The Dead Boys, and "B-Movie Babylon" by Wednesday 13. RIP Vince Rotolo, host of the B-Movie Podcast.
.: 1:18:08 :: 37.7 MB :: 02 May 2016 :.

452: This week, Jay Lender and Micah Ian Wright, the co-writing / co-directing team behind the brand new found-footage horror film They're Watching, stop by to discuss their film, their work in every medium from video games to comic books to children's animation, and their jaunt into Eastern Europe for filming. And yes, there's a lengthy discussion of fire stunts. Then Desmond goes solo on reviews of House of the Witch Doctor and All Hell Breaks Loose. There's a gaggle of tunes, as well: "TV Casualty" by The Misfits, "Boonika Bate Doba" by Zdob si Zdub, "All Hell Breaks Loose" by Sick of it All, and "We Finally Go Back to 1915 (Extended)" by Serj Tankian featuring David Alpay.
.: 1:26:56 :: 42.0 MB :: 25 April 2016 :.

451: It's a loose theme of family this week as Chris and Desmond explore how a father plans to protect his family against a gang of escaped psychotics who believe he killed and replaced their psychiatrist in the under-seen classic Alone in the Dark. Then a brother and sister deal with the loss of their parents and the fallout of a vicious attack at their lake house in The Horror. Then, singer Kat Katz exorcises the loss of her mother and Desmond exorcises his constant listening of Agoraphobic Nosebleed's new EP in a review of ARC. There's some fun family tunes as well this week: "We Destroy the Family" by Fear, "Chop Up Your Mother" by The Sic Fucks, "Brother" by Alice in Chains, "Not a Daughter" by Agoraphobic Nosebleed, and "Family Tree" by Megadeth.
.: 1:12:41 :: 35.1 MB :: 18 April 2016 :.

450: This week we celebrate 450 episodes with a retrospective on the flagship series of the greatest independent film company of all time: Troma Entertainment's Toxic Avenger. First up, Desmond and Duane pick their way through The Toxic Avenger, The Toxic Avenger Part II, The Toxic Avenger Part III: The Last Temptation of Toxie, and Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV! Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on the special features found on the brand new Toxic Avenger Blu-ray boxset. Desmond's sons Cade and Davin join him for a brand new Growing Up Geek segment to discuss the 13-episode cartoon series from the early 90s: Toxic Crusaders. Then, Desmond goes solo on overviews of the two Marvel Comics series form the early 90s: The Toxic Avenger and Toxic Crusaders. Of course, there's some Toxie tunes: "Who Will Save New Jersey?" by the cast of the Toxic Avenger Musical, "The Toxic Avenger Theme" by Scott Casey, "The Toxic Waltz" by Exodus, "Sacrifice" by Motorhead, "The Toxic Crusaders Theme" by Dennis C. Brown and Chuck Lorre, "Toxic Garbage Island" by Gojira, and "Toxic Revolution" by Municipal Waste.
.: 2:08:47 :: 62.0 MB :: 11 April 2016 :.

449: This week, Dread Media presents an hour-long conversation with producer and screenwriter Stephen Scarlata about his origins doing a multitude of jobs on Roger Corman films in the 90s, producing the award-winning documentary Jodorowsky's Dune, writing scripts for Final Girl, and his upcoming film Beyond the Gates. Strap in! It's fun, and there's music: "Parallel World" by Kurt Stenzel, "Blood Stains the Circle" by Gorgoroth, and "Nebëhr Gudahtt" by Magma.
.: 1:21:52 :: 39.5 MB :: 04 April 2016 :.

448: Just binge-watched season two of Daredevil and now you're sitting at home lamenting the lack of ninjas in your life? Dread Media's got you covered. It's weird ninjas this week as Darryll and Desmond dive into the sleazy zombie ninja epic Raw Force, and the 1980s gymnastics-instructor-ninja-possession film Ninja III: The Domination. Ninjas are the silent assassins of The East, but even they like to get down once in a while: "Last Ninjas Unite" by Gama Bomb, "Island of Domination" by Judas Priest, "Enter the Ninja" by Die Antwoord, and "Shadow Warrior" by Blue Oyster Cult.
.: 1:24:24 :: 40.7 MB :: 28 March 2016 :.

447: This episode is all about love, and it is dedicated to the late Geri Chamberlain who left us suddenly this week. Chris and Desmond take a look at teenage love gone very wrong in Some Kind of Hate. Rich the Monster Movie Kid gives an in-depth review of Guillermo del Toro's gothic romance, Crimson Peak. Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes on the zom-rom-com Boy Eats Girl. Of course, there are some love songs to go along with the selections this week: "Little Love Song" by Andrew WK, "Some Kind of Hate" by Murder by Death, "Red Right Hand" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, "Spitting Games" by Snow Patrol, and "You Don't Know What You Mean to Me" by Sam and Dave. RIP Geri, and please keep Richard in your thoughts.
.: 1:13:43 :: 35.6 MB :: 21 March 2016 :.

446: This week it's a double feature of reviews from Darryll and Desmond as they take on Larry Blamire's homages to 1950s drive-in schlock sci-fi films: The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra and The Lost Skeleton Returns Again. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of the first season of Fear the Walking Dead. Then there's music: "Skulls" and "Green Hell" by The Misfits, "Inferno Finale" by Keith Emerson, and "Lost Skeleton" by Michale Graves. RIP Keith Emerson.
.: 1:02:29 :: 30.2 MB :: 14 March 2016 :.

445: This week we are once again joined by Aaron Allen, festival director and lead programmer for the Fright Night Theatre Film Festival in Hamilton, Ontario. Aaron and Desmond have a fun conversation about each of their involvement in the festival over the past few months and the amazing films that are screening there. Maker sure to head to Hamilton, Ontario on March 11th and 12th if you're in the area to check it out and be supremely entertained. Then Desmond goes solo reviewing the first five issues of Carnage from Marvel Comics by Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins. There's a slew of new heavy metal tunes to guide us through the episode, as well: "Dark Reflections" by Exumer, "Things to Come" by Michale Graves, "Carnage" by Entombed, and "Sudden Death" by Holy Grail. Check out www.frightnighttheatre.com.
.: 1:34:07 :: 45.4 MB :: 07 March 2016 :.

444: This week, we end Feral February in style as Darryll and Desmond look at the senior citizen werewolf epic Late Phases. Then Rich the Monster Movie Kid suffers through that other Lon Chaney Jr. werewolf film: Face of the Screaming Werewolf. Then, Desmond goes off-theme and discusses a few solo reviews: Black Creek (Gregory Lamberson's newest novel), the Martyrs remake, and A Place in Hell. There are, of course, some werewolfy tunes, this week, many of them programmed by listener Eric Wieladek: "Medieval Werewolf" by The Dave Brockie Experience, "Sorrows of the Moon" by Celtic Frost, "Night Wolf" by Krokus, "Lycanthropy" by Six Feet Under, and "The Wolf Man Kindly Requests..." by Clutch.
.: 1:37:11 :: 46.9 MB :: 29 February 2016 :.

443: This week, Dread Media takes a weird side road in Feral February. Duane joins Desmond to discuss the werewolf-themed work of Ross Patterson (AKA St. James St. James), those being the historical action comedies FDR: American Badass and Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves. Then Rich the Monster Movie Kid steps in to give a review of (and the convoluted history behind) I Was a Teenage Werewolf. Of course, there are songs: "Game for Life" by MC Breed, "A Song for Helen" by Deacon, "Helen Keller" by The Erotics, "I Was a Teenage Werewolf" by The Cramps, and "12 Steps to Rock n' Roll" by The Young Werewolves.
.: 1:24:38 :: 40.8 MB :: 22 February 2016 :.

442: This week we have a massive episode. First we pay tribute to a friend of the show, Mark Justice, author and host of the long-running Pod of Horror. Then Duane and Desmond figure out how babies are made with their review of Howling III: The Marsupials. Then Desmond tries to get the taste out of his mouth as he goes solo on Howling IV: The Original Nightmare, Howling V: The Rebirth, Howling VI: The Freaks, and The Howling: New Moon Rising. Then, Chris joins us to discuss the end of the franchise with a high school werewolf love story with an uncanny connection to Dread Media continuity: The Howling Reborn. And that's not all! Devil Dinosaur Jr. dives further into the Paul Naschy el Hombre Lobo filmography with The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Women, and Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes on The Undying Monster. There's tunes, too: "Endless Howl" by Barishi, "Wipe Your Tears Away" by Vitamin Z, "The Howling" by Within Temptation, "Bloodfeast" by The Misfits, "Animal" by Pearl Jam, and "Wolves of Chernobyl" by Municipal Waste.
.: 2:08:17 :: 61.8 MB :: 15 February 2016 :.

441: This week, some important things are discussed: Desmond and Darryll discuss whether or not your sister is a werewolf bitch as they review Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf. Rich the Monster Movie Kid wonders if you can show a werewolf bum on television in his review of the TV movie Moon of the Wolf. Finally, is The Wolfman so angry because he got bit by a yeti? Devil Dinosaur Jr. investigates in his Stay Scary of Paul Naschy in The Fury of he Wolfman. And while the descriptions above may or may not be true, the songs listed here do, in fact, get played this week: "Sacramental Sister" by Powerwolf, "Howling (Club Mix)" by Steve Parsons and Babel, "Bark at the Moon" by Ozzy Osbourne, "The Wolf is Loose" by Mastodon, and "The Howling Man" by Night Demon.
.: 1:25:50 :: 41.4 MB :: 08 February 2016 :.

440: Gather your pack and howl at the moon as we kick off Feral February! This first episode in our month dedicated entirely to werewolves takes a look at some venerable, but perhaps not entirely well-known classics of the sub-genre. First off, Desmond and Darryll start what's going to be a comprehensive look at the most enduring werewolf franchise with 1981's The Howling. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. goes back two full decades to take a look at Hammer's The Curse of the Werewolf before Rich the Monster Movie Kid goes back even further to 1956's science-y werewolf feature The Werewolf. There's some howling tunes for you, as well: "Up the Wolves" by The Mountain Goats, "Dirt Roads and Howls of Wolves" by Memento Mori, "Hairball Alley" by Rocket from the Crypt, "Of Wolf and Man" by Metallica, and "In the Hour of the Wolf" by Barishi.
.: 1:12:29 :: 35.0 MB :: 01 February 2016 :.

439: This week we close out January in style. First up, Desmond and Darryll give a look at the horror comedy Zombeavers. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid reviews the 1978 Carrie-ripoff, Jennifer. Desmond returns to go solo on two Troma releases: Joe Spinell's meta-narrative The Last Horror Film and the alternate history exploitation film Honky Holocaust. Of course, there's songs too: "Your Girlfriend's Head" by Zombina & The Skeletones, "Wynona's Big Brown Beaver" by Primus, "Jennifer" by The Eurythmics, "The Love Song" by Marilyn Manson, and "Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt" by Savage Messiah.
.: 1:09:28 :: 33.6 MB :: 25 January 2016 :.

438: Dread Media's no stranger to the occasional diverse episode, and this week is a perfect example of that. First, Desmond and Chris pay tribute to David Bowie in their review of The Hunger. Devil Dinosaur Jr. reckons with Human Centipede 3. Finally, Rich the Monster Movie Kid talks about Kurt Russell's beard, among other things, in his review of Bone Tomahawk. There's also some diverse music: "Funtime" by Iggy Pop, "Sick of You" by GWAR, "213" by Slayer, and it's all bookended by "Cat People (Putting Out the Fire)" and "Lazarus" by David Bowie. RIP David Bowie.
.: 1:21:38 :: 39.4 MB :: 18 January 2016 :.

437: We have a great show for you this week! First off, we pay tribute to Angus Scrimm who left the world this weekend, but he also left us his legacy as quite possibly the most imposing movie monster of the modern era. First-time director of Troma's B.C. Butcher, Kansas Bowling, comes on the show to talk about Kato Kaelin, the birth of the prehistoric slasher, and directing her first film at 17. Desmond goes solo on a review of Sinister 2 before giving away a copy of the Blu-ray in the last of our Yellow Christmas giveaways! Rich the Monster Movie Kid is back once again to take a look at Laserblast in the post-Star Wars glow. Devil Dinosaur Jr. Stays Scary on a review of Neon Maniacs. There's music as well: "Post Teenage Angst" by Kill My Coquette, "Alley Oop" by The Hollywood Argyles, "Home Sweet Home" by Lindemann, "Hangar 18" by Megadeth, "Live Wire" by Motley Crue, and "Cave Painter" by Schizoid Lloyd.
.: 1:31:59 :: 44.4 MB :: 11 January 2016 :.

436: This is a jam-packed show for the New Year. We welcome 2016 by giving away three separate films in our Canadian Giallo giveaway, watch and review two of the best horror films of 2015, and pay tribute to Lemmy Kilmister. On top of that, your intrepid host's novel has just been released! So, listen to see who won Black Christmas, then listen to the epic length review of Eli Roth's The Green Inferno, and the short review of M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit. Then listen to see who won copies of each of those films on Blu-ray! Come back next week for another giveaway! There are songs, too: "In the Name of the Tragedy" by Motorhead, "Bon Appetit" by The Untamed, "We Are Family" by Suicidal Tendencies, and "Green Inferno" by Agoraphobic Nosebleed. Buy Mother of Abominations: A Monster Earth Novel by Desmond Reddick here: http://www.amazon.com/Mother-Abominations-Monster-Earth-Novel-ebook/dp/B01A1JPOBY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1451765442&sr=8-2&keywords=mother+of+abominations.
.: 1:41:59 :: 49.2 MB :: 04 January 2016 :.

435: We end Yellow Christmas in style with a slew of films from the sleazy history of giallo. From 1972 all the way to 2015, five films outline the blood, black gloves, and boobs that we all love so much. First up, Desmond and Darryll dust off their film-reviewing prowess in Sergio Martino's sleazy Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key. Then, Desmond and Duane discuss the violence against women and the storied and confusing history of Goblin in their review of Dario Argento's Tenebrae. In the first of an unprecedented two Stay Scaries, Devil Dinosaur Jr. looks at Lamberto Bava's failed television project that he turned into a feature film: A Blade in the Dark. Then another Argento film gets covered as Richard the Monster Movie Kid wades into the loaded question that is Argento's Phenomenon (AKA Creepers). Devil Dinosaur Jr. returns for another Stay Scary, taking a look at the Canadian filmmaking collective Astron 6's homage to giallo: The Editor. All this, a giveaway and music: "Carol of the Bells" by Steve Moore, "Vices" by Slayer, "Tenebre (live)" by Daemonia, "Flash of the Blade" by Iron Maiden, "Locomotive" by Motorhead, "From the Back of the Film" by Thrush Hermit, and "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns. Merry Christmas!
.: 1:52:02 :: 54.0 MB :: 28 December 2015 :.

434: This week, Dread Media is proud to present a conversation with film composing legend Fabio Frizzi. The Maestro talks about his working relationship with Lucio Fulci, the lasting qualities of his music, and his work on two gialli in particular: Seven Notes in Black and The Scorpion with Two Tails. On top of all that, we've added a full-length episode to the end of that interview as Chris joins Desmond to discuss the film that started it all: Mario Bava's Blood and Black Lace. Rich the Monster Movie Kid gives giallo another shot as he takes in a viewing of Black Belly of the Tarantula. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. jumps in to take the show home in a review of Short Night of the Glass Dolls. It would be silly if there wasn't music, right? "Sette Note Pt. 1 (Film Version)" by Bixio - Frizzi - Tempera, "Fear's Melody" by Fabio Frizzi, "Without a Face" by Rage Against the Machine, "Paralyzed" by Ruby the Hatchet, "Is It My Body?" by Alice Cooper, and (one more for good measure) "Verso L'Ignoto" by Fabio Frizzi.
.: 1:43:29 :: 49.9 MB :: 21 December 2015 :.

433: This week, a double feature of reviews praising the work of the Belgian purveyors of art-house Giallo homage: Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani. First, Darryll and Desmond are not creeps in their discussion of female sexuality in their review of Amer. Then, Duane and Desmond take a look at madness in The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears. Songs included: "Full Bloom" by Early Man, "Dark Blue(s)" and "Love and Hate" by Goblin, and "Dark Horse in the Wind" by Primordial.
.: 1:35:29 :: 46.1 MB :: 14 December 2015 :.

432: Boobs, blood, and black gloves here! Get yer boobs, blood, and black gloves! Yellow Christmas begins as Dread Media dedicates the entire month of December to the notoriously sleazy, mean-spirited, and often nonsensical genre of Italian whodunnits: Giallo. This first week, a sampler of what the genre has to offer: Desmond and Darryll take on Lucio Fulci's classic Don't Torture a Duckling, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews Antonio Bido's grim The Bloodstained Shadow, and Rich the Monster Movie Kid dips his toes into the genre with a look at Emilio Miraglia's The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave. There's some tunes, as well: "I Kill Children" by Dead Kennedys, "Strangled with a Halo" by Pig Destroyer, "Bloodstains" by Agent Orange, "Living Dead Girl" by Rob Zombie, and "Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart" by Stone Temple Pilots. Don't forget to enter this month's killer giveaway. RIP Scott Weiland.
.: 1:22:27 :: 39.8 MB :: 07 December 2015 :.

431: We are ushering November into nothingness as Desmond has a second interview with author Nicole Cushing. The two talk about Thomas Ligotti, blurbs, philosophy, extreme horror, and weirdos in relation to her two new releases Mr. Suicide and The Mirrors. Rich the Monster Movie Kid swings by to cover the obscure HBO skin flick / thriller Tattoo. Then Desmond goes solo on the indie anthology film The Horror Network, and the most insane Christmas movie you'll ever see: 12 Disasters. And of course, music: "Suicide Messiah" by Black Label Society, "Mirrors" by Blue Oyster Cult, "Feel So Numb" by Rob Zombie, "Impending Disaster" by Devil Driver, and "TNA (The Nihilistic Army)" by Turbonegro.
.: 1:50:44 :: 53.4 MB :: 30 November 2015 :.

430: Don't tell anybody because this week Dread Media commits podcasting crimes. First, Desmond and Darryll wreck a perfectly good camping trip in their review of Deliverance. Then Duane joins Desmond for some baseball bat-related shenanigans in their review of Cold in July. Then Desmond steals a police cruiser and goes looking for a lost girl in his solo reviews of Cop Car and Skin Traffik. Turn these tunes up! It might not be against the law, but I'm sure it will at least be a bylaw infraction: "Dueling Banjos" by Eric Weissberg, "Deliverance" by Corrosion of Conformity, "20 Miles to Texas, 25 to Hell" by Powerman 5000, "Looking for Blood" by The Donnas, and "White on White Crime" by Agoraphobic Nosebleed.
.: 1:44:26 :: 50.3 MB :: 23 November 2015 :.

429: It's been a long, strange trip, but Chris and Desmond have finally gotten together to discuss the third and final season of the Netflix Series Hemlock Grove. How does it fare compared to the other two? Did their favorite character get more screen time? Who in the blue Hell is stoner Luke Wilson? You'll have to listen to find out. Desmond goes solo to close out the show with a review of Last Shift. Songs include: "Gypsy" by Mercyful Fate, "Victory" by Bad Religion, "Ritual Blast" by Occultist, and "Skin-Tight Boogie" by Eagles of Death Metal.
.: 1:17:26 :: 37.4 MB :: 16 November 2015 :.

428: This week, we look at some recent horror comedies and an obscure TV movie. First, Duane and Desmond look at the great Canadian horror comedy Bloody Knuckles. Then Rich the Monster Movie Kid covers 1972's The People. Then Duane and Desmond take a look at The Slashening. There're tunes, as well: "Touch Me, I'm Sick" by Mudhoney, "Mongoloid" by Devo, "Starman" by David Bowie, "Dead Girls Don't Scream" by Thirteen Shots, and "Chlorine & Wine" by Baroness. RIP Gunnar Hansen.
.: 1:31:46 :: 44.3 MB :: 09 November 2015 :.

427: This week we look at some women scorned. First off, an exploitation classic as Darryll and Desmond look at Abel Ferrara's rape-revenge masterpiece Ms. 45. Then Duane joins Desmond to review the murdered witch back for revenge in Antonio Margheriti's The Long Hair of Death. Then Desmond goes solo in a review of I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine. Tunes included: "Nuns Have No Fun" by Mercyful Fate, "New York's Alright (If You Like Saxophones)" by Fear, "The Witch is Burning" by Doublestone, "Forced Gender Reassignment" by Cattle Decapitation, and "I Spit on Your Grave" by Ghoultown.
.: 1:29:20 :: 43.1 MB :: 02 November 2015 :.

426: This week, it's a cavalcade of varied horror presentations leading up to Halloween! First up, Argentinian child vampires go under the microscope as Duane and Desmond review Children of the Night. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gets to the bottom of found footage black comedy / thriller Creep. Rich the Monster Movie Kid rounds off the audio end of his month-long tribute to Bela Lugosi in his review of Voodoo Man. Then Desmond returns to go solo on reviews of the possessed-child film June and the haunted house film We are Still Here. Tunes: "The Kids are All Dead" by Zombina and The Skeletones, "Children of the Night" by Calabrese, "Our Mutant" by Big Business, "Voodoo" by Godsmack, "Cold in Hell" by The Misfits, and "You Can't Kill The Devil" by Metal Allegiance featuring Chuck Billy.
.: 1:13:19 :: 35.4 MB :: 26 October 2015 :.

425: This week, Dread Media presents its (at least) annual conversation with our friend, filmmaker, writer, and film festival runner Gregory Lamberson. The fellas talk about Killer Rack on the festival circuit, Greg's first standalone horror novel Black Creek, the Buffalo Dreams Film Festival line-up, and the cult resurgence of Greg's 1988 classic Slime City. Rich the Monster Movie Kid comes on back to discuss this week's Bela Lugosi film in a review of The Devil Bat. And of course, there's music: "Working Class Hero" by Screaming Trees, "Killer Rack Title" by Armand Petri and Joe Rozier, "Diary of a Madman" by Ozzy Osbourne, and "Mission Creep" by Zombi. RIP Soledad Medrano.
.: 1:31:03 :: 43.9 MB :: 19 October 2015 :.

424: This week it's another grab-bag. Bear the awful audio as Chris and Desmond gush over Jake Gyllenhaal's masterful performance in Nightcrawler; thrill at Rich the Monster Movie Kid's discussion of the work of Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff in his review of The Invisible Ray; swallow your soul for Devil Dinosaur Jr.'s Stay Scary of the Evil Dead remake; and try to guess which two of these three films, which Desmond solo-reviews, are awful: A Plague So Pleasant, Old 37, and Queen Crab. There're tunes, as well: "Negative Creep" by Machine Head, "Nightcrawler" by Judas Priest, "Radioactive" by The Firm, "Evil Never Dies" by Overkill, "March of the Crabs" by Propagandhi, and "Fun House" by The Stooges. RIP Steve Mackay.
.: 1:47:54 :: 52.0 MB :: 12 October 2015 :.

423: This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll talk about a lot of stuff in their long and drunken rambling review of Suburban Gothic. They even manage to talk about the film itself! Devil Dinosaur Jr. tries to come to terms with Contamination .7 in a brand new Stay Scary. And Rich the Monster Movie Kid kicks off his month of tribute to Bela Lugosi with Island of Lost Souls. All that and songs, too: "Suburban Vampire" by The Browns, "Punk Rock Girl" by The Dead Milkmen, "Wasting Away" by The Brian Jonestown Massacre, "No Spill Blood" by Oingo Boingo, "Poltergeist" by Devin Townsend Project, and "Only the Haunted" by Dog Fashion Disco.
.: 1:55:49 :: 55.8 MB :: 05 October 2015 :.

422: It's all fun and games until someone loses their life this week on Dread Media. First up, Webmaster Michael David Sims swings by to play a game of Would You Rather? with Desmond. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. plays some Pranks. Rich the Monster Movie Kid swings by to tell us all about the benefits of X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes. Desmond comes back to end the show with a Blood Punch. Like any big sports event, there's some kickass tunes to get your blood pumping: "Damned If You Do" by Alice Cooper, "Torn Between Scylla and Charybdis" by Trivium, "Fun and Games" by Pennywise, "X-Ray Eyes" by Blue Oyster Cult, "Not the Same" by Hands & Teeth, and "Arc of Violence" by Black Breath.
.: 1:53:26 :: 54.7 MB :: 28 September 2015 :.

421: This week reality crashed down on your intrepid host, as he's ill with The Throatpocalypse. But Des soldiered through this episode, as Dread Media takes a look at reality on film. First, in the documentary realm, Chris joins Desmond to take a look at the follow-up to the legendary Room 237: The Nightmare. Then Duane joins Desmond to look at the sometimes-interesting, but mostly misguided Killer Legends. Then Desmond goes solo on three found-footage films: Inner Demons, Always Watching, and The Night Visitor. Of course, there are some tunes: "Nightmare be thy Name" by Mercyful Fate, "Someone Else's Nightmare" by Early Man, "Tears of a Clown" by Iron Maiden, "Reality" by Voivod, and "Deep Down" by Mondo Cane.
.: 1:30:41 :: 43.7 MB :: 21 September 2015 :.

420: In a bid to catch up on film reviews, we're dealing with the screeners that built up during the latter half of Apocalyptic August. There is a slew of diverse films being covered this week. First up, Duane and Desmond review the Belgian feral child film, Cub. Then Rich the Monster Movie Kid reviews The Serpent and the Rainbow in tribute to the late Wes Craven. Then Desmond sits down for a marathon review of seven films that he has recently seen: The Treatment, Call Girl of Cthulhu, The Summer House, Extraterrestrial, Lost After Dark, K-11, and Rock N' Roll Frankenstein. There's also a particularly diverse selection of songs this week: "Blood of a Young Wolf" by Buck 65, "Intro & Credits" by Steve Moore, "Voodoo Medicine Man" by Aerosmith, "Vices" by Slayer, and " Lovecraft in Brooklyn" by The Mountain Goats.
.: 1:31:18 :: 44.0 MB :: 14 September 2015 :.

419: This week we celebrate eight years of Dread Media! We pay tribute at the top of the show to Wes Craven. Then Darryll and Desmond review what could be considered the spiritual successor to Craven's signature film: It Follows. Rich the Monster Movie Kid does his best to lessen the amount of times he says the name of the subject film in his review of Sssssss from 1973. There's tunes as well: "Main Title (from A Nightmare on Elm Street)" by Charles Bernstein, "Search & Destroy" by Iggy & The Stooges, "Waiting for the Snake" by Motorhead, and "Cast the First Stone" by Slayer. RIP Wes Craven.
.: 1:21:48 :: 39.5 MB :: 07 September 2015 :.

418: It's the end of the month celebrating the end of the world! We started Apocalyptic August with an Australian Apocalypse film and we're ending it with another one, but a different one this time. Chris and Desmond review the relatively new Guy Pearce / Robert Pattinson vehicle: Rover. Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes a look at one of three TV movies Gene Roddenberry had a hand in in the 1970s: Planet Earth. Not to mention that Desmond forgot a Top 5 last week, so this week he gives you two! First up, a look at his Top 5 Apocalyptic Television Shows, and then he ends the show with a selection of his Top 5 Apocalyptic Songs. Strap and and hang around with us until the light takes you! Songs: "The Chase" by The Doomriders, "The Very Wild Rover" by Cruachan, "Planet Earth" by Duran Duran, and "It's Only the End of the World" by Harley Poe.
.: 1:22:13 :: 39.7 MB :: 31 August 2015 :.

417: Apocalyptic August continues in this massive episode. First up, Desmond talks alien invasion and filmmaking with the co-directors and star of the brand new film Ejecta: Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele, and Julian Richings. Then Duane joins him for another double feature of Italian Apocalypse films: The New Barbarians and 2019: After the Fall of New York. Devil Dinosaur Jr. continues the Italian theme with a Stay Scary on Warrior of the Lost World. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes a look at the 1974 TV movie Where Have All the People Gone. Finally, some Dread Media listeners get in on the apocalyptic action. Of course, there's tunes: "Alien Blueprint" by Rollins Band, "Inherit the Wasteland" by Nausea, "Apocalypse 1997" by Gama Bomb, "Future World" by Helloween, "Riding on the Wind" by Judas Priest, "Where Has Everybody Gone?" by The Pretenders, and "Cities Fall" by Earth Crisis.
.: 1:52:35 :: 54.3 MB :: 24 August 2015 :.

416: Apocalyptic August barrels through the month with another great episode. This week, Desmond kicks off the show with a Dread Media Top 5 of his favorite apocalyptic comics before Darryll joins him to take a look at the 80s sci-fi comedy Night of the Comet. Rich the Monster Movie Kid continues his look at Charlton Heston's contributions to the subgenre with a review of Soylent Green. Then, departing from the apocalypse for a little while, Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at the Choose their Kill webseries Eli Roth produced for Crypt TV. And a special bonus review with Jeff Strand of Greg Lamberson's latest film: Killer Rack. And, songs to lull you to your final sleep as the Earth moans and dies: "The Sky is Fallin'" by The Queens of the Stone Age, "Ride the Comet" by Ayreon, "Soilent Green" by Soilent Green, "Surprise! You're Dead" by Faith No More, and "Killer Rack" and "Funbags" by Armand Petri and Joe Rozier.
.: 1:29:57 :: 43.4 MB :: 17 August 2015 :.

415: This week, Apocalyptic August rolls on as Desmond and Duane jettison to the far flung future of 1990! First in this double feature of Enzo G. Castellari's Italian Apocalypse films, a ripoff of The Warriors of the highest order: 1990: The Bronx Warriors. Then, they tackle the sequel, an Escape from New York ripoff: Escape from the Bronx. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid gives us some Charleton Heston goodness in his review of The Omega Man. Of course, there's a mixtape for this insane future of motorcycle gangs and mysterious foodstuffs: "New York Groove" by Ace Frehley, "Apocalypse New York" by Jay Chattaway, "Get Bronx" by Sick of it All, "The Omega Man" by Iron Savior, and "Gangland" by Iron Maiden.
.: 1:24:58 :: 41.0 MB :: 10 August 2015 :.

DMP 48: This time, the Commonwealth Crew takes on the first foray of former hardcore porn director Barry Sonnenfeld into mainstream film, and it's a good one. In their discussion of 1991's The Addams Family, the two discuss perfect casting, weird childhood crushes, and drunken socialist pop / punk bands from the 90s.
.: 20:50 :: 10.2 MB :: 07 August 2015 :.

DMP 47: The long-awaited return of the Horrorcorps (completely the fault of Dread Media headquarters) sees Reece and Alex taking on "Crystal Lake," a track by frequent Mega Ran collaborator Richie Branson. In the process of breaking down the beat, the music, and the rhymes, the boys make reference to when this episode was recorded (Christmastime 2014) and SpongeBob SquarePants. Enjoy.
.: 48:20 :: 23.4 MB :: 06 August 2015 :.

414: Kick off Apocalyptic August with us as we're all about post-apocalyptic bloodshed. First, though, Desmond gives a Dread Media Top 5 on Unconventional Apocalypse Films. Then Darryll joins him for a review of the Australian zombie apocalypse film Wyrmwood. Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes us on a trip down Damnation Alley. Finally, Desmond pays tribute to the late Rowdy Roddy Piper in his review of the bonkers mutant frog apocalypse film Hell Comes to Frogtown. Recorded music might not stick around after the big one, so let's go all out while we can: "War of the Zombies" by Creepersin, "Wormwood" by Michale Graves, "Light the Sky on Fire" by Jefferson Starship, "Pure Massacre" by Silverchair, and "Zombie Apocalypse" by Kirby Krackle. RIP Hot Rod!
.: 1:35:39 :: 45.7 MB :: 03 August 2015 :.

413: It's Hittites, Satanists, and Pagans (oh my!) this week as Dread Media once again takes on the theme of cults. First up, Desmond and Darryll take in a viewing of the early Wes Craven film Deadly Blessing. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. dissects The Seventh Victim. And, finally, in tribute once again to Christopher Lee and what many consider to be his finest role: The Wicker Man. Don't forget to enjoy some culty hymns: "Come Join Us" by Bad Religion, "Make Yourself" by Incubus, "Just Another Victim" by Helmet and House of Pain, "Corn Rigs" by Paul Giovanni, and "Cult" by Evile.
.: 1:10:24 :: 34.0 MB :: 27 July 2015 :.

412: This week, Dread Media takes a look at a selection of anthology films. Some good, most bad, you'll have to figure it out. First up, Desmond and Darryll sit down for Darryll's birthday to take in a train movie. What could possibly go wrong? Night Train to Terror. That's what. Then, continuing his tribute to Christopher Lee, Rich the Monster Movie Kid reviews Dr. Terror's House of Horrors. Finally, you were probably unaware that Creepshow 3 existed. Devil Dinosaur Jr. is here to show you why you're better off that way. There's a wide variety of songs as well: "Midnight Train" by Ghoultown, "Nightrain" by Guns N' Roses, "Angel of Death" by Slayer, "My Girlfriend's a Robot" by The Hanson Brothers, and "Everybody but You" by Joe Turano.
.: 1:23:33 :: 40.3 MB :: 20 July 2015 :.

411: Eternal life. Who needs it?! Some people, I guess. This week, Dread Media ponders immortality, those who seek it, and those who seek to end it. First up, Chris joins Desmond for a review of Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a special treat as he discusses the second of the Kolchak TV movies, The Night Strangler, as well as discussing the property as a whole in this week's Stay Scary. Richard the Monster Movie Kid is back this week to pay tribute to the late (immortal in his own way) Christopher Lee in a review of the film The Man Who Could Cheat Death. There's also a varied set of tunes for you to plug into your ears: "Immortal" by Helloween, " Only Lovers Left Alive" by The (International) Noise Conspiracy, "Built to Last" by Sick of it All, "The Portent" by Christopher Lee, and "Who Wants to Live Forever?" by Queen.
.: 1:14:13 :: 35.8 MB :: 13 July 2015 :.

410: This week, we take a look at those mysterious tall, dark strangers who walk into people's lives and ruin them. First up, Darryll and Desmond look at the Irish gory supernatural flick Let Us Prey. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on poor Bill Paxton as he is faced with The Vagrant. And though he's been a contributor to the show for years, Richard the Monster Movie Kid takes a look at the original tall, dark stranger, Dracula, from the fan-film Tales of Dracula in his first official review on the show. There's some great tunes, as well: "The Kindness of Strangers" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, "Let Us Slay" by GWAR, "Hello from the Gutter" by Overkill, "People are Strange" by Echo and the Bunnymen, and "Servants of Death" by Refused.
.: 1:35:34 :: 46.1 MB :: 06 July 2015 :.

409: It's big, it's hairy, and it's long. We're not just talking about your cohosts, either. In this episode, Darryll and Desmond take on Peter Jackson's King Kong remake in a drunken review where, yes, they finally have it out on the show over The Lord of the Rings films. Then, King Kong versus Mechani-Kong in a brand new Stay Scary of King Kong Escapes courtesy of your friendly neighborhood Devil Dinosaur Jr. There's some ape tunes as well: "King Kong Brigade" by Off!, "Kong at the Gates" by The Misfits, "Escape" by Alice Cooper, and "Simianimal" by Sub Contra Blues.
.: 1:25:05 :: 41.1 MB :: 29 June 2015 :.

408: The beautiful woman who is more than she seems. An entire race victimized by mankind. The cross-dressing werewolf. This week's episode is all about monsters that aren't monsters. Arthouse romance meets monster movie as Darryll and Desmond review the brand new movie Spring. Desmond goes solo on the first volume of the brand new comic Clive Barker's Nightbreed from Boom! Studios. Then Duane joins Desmond for a review of the cross-dressing werewolf movie Der Samurai. Strap in! There are some face-melting monstrous tunes, too! "Leave Your Skin at the Door" by Ringworm, "The Dragonfly" by Clutch, "From Screaming Graves We Rise" by Diemonsterdie, "The Wolf I Feed" by Napalm Death, and "Look Out, There's a Monster Coming" by Bonzo Dog Band.
.: 1:26:41 :: 41.8 MB :: 22 June 2015 :.

DMP 46: Blade returns! The cinematic qualities of Gene Colan's art. Which of the vampire hunters is a virgin? The woes of a published writer. Psychedelic horses. The first proper crossover with the wider Marvel Universe! All topics in this edition of Dying in the Gutters as Desmond and Chris tackle Tomb of Dracula #40-44.
.: 51:28 :: 24.9 MB :: 21 June 2015 :.

407: This week we look at families in supernatural peril as Desmond and Darryll deliver a review of Poltergeist like none you've ever heard. It's funny, it's intelligent, and it's unique, like the movie itself. Devil Dinosaur Jr. stops by for a Stay Scary on the Lucio Fulci film Manhattan Baby, as well! There's some songs, too: "Poltergeist" by Devin Townsend Project, "Shining" by The Misfits, "Curse of the Pharaohs" by Mercyful Fate, and "Let Legend Mark Me as the King" by Christopher Lee. RIP Sir Christopher Lee.
.: 1:28:22 :: 42.6 MB :: 15 June 2015 :.

406: Smile for the camera this week as we look at some truly depraved houses of horror, as well as some found footage films. First up, Duane joins Desmond for a review of the brand new found footage black comedy / horror film from Artsploitation Films: The House with 100 Eyes. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on The Seasoning House. Desmond goes solo on the less-than-adequate Vatican Exorcisms. There are tunes as well: "Gary Gilmore's Eyes" by The Adverts, "Snuff" by Slayer, "House of Suffering" by Bad Brains, "Necrophatic Vatican" by Take Over and Destroy, and "The Touch of Reality" by The Skull.
.: 1:06:56 :: 32.3 MB :: 08 June 2015 :.

405: From Stand by Me to Gremlins to Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, it seems like Corey Feldman has been a part of genre cinema since this host first started watching it, but how's his career been lately? No, we aren't looking at the ridiculous reality show, but Desmond and Duane take a look at the "lost" film Seance (AKA Killer in the Dark), which also stars Adam West. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the pilot episode of Splatter. Changing the topic a little bit, Desmond reviews the bizarro fiction novel Night of the Assholes by Kevin L Donihe. There's also a bunch of songs, beginning with the podcast debut of "Young till I Die" by The Browns, "All My Friends are Ghosts" by Powerman 5000, "White Boy Funeral" by Black Market Baby, "Kill the Assholes" by SOD, and "Being an Asshole is your Pre-Existing Condition" by Helltrack.
.: 59:42 :: 28.9 MB :: 01 June 2015 :.

404: No error here! This week's Dread Media takes a look at two films that feature journeys into horrible dimensions. First up, Artsploitation Films is back from hiatus with the lucid dreaming walk into a nightmare world of family secrets and the titular monster in Desmond and Duane's review of Horsehead. Then, Darryll pops in to review Stephen McHattie's odyssey to Hell in the recent Anchor Bay release: Hellmouth. Some songs to accompany you on your journey? "Awake and Dreaming" by Finger Eleven, "A Horse Called Golgotha" by Baroness, "Dig Up Her Bones (acoustic)" by Michale Graves, and "Grave Diggers" by The Creepshow all get a spin!
.: 1:14:46 :: 36.1 MB :: 25 May 2015 :.

403: This week, the beloved Roadkill Review returns! Darryll and Desmond brave semi-trucks and motorcycle gangs to take in a viewing of a sequel 30 years in the making: Mad Max: Fury Road. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. prepares for a long weekend of camping in his review of Preservation in a brand new Stay Scary. All this and music too! "Apocalyptic Havoc" by Goatwhore, "Pure Rock Fury" by Clutch, "A Little Death" by Fucked Up, and "Mogwai Highrise Massacre" by Chained to the Dead.
.: 1:25:51 :: 41.4 MB :: 18 May 2015 :.

402: After several themed episodes, Dread Media presents a grab bag of reviews this week. First up, an extremely drunk review of John Carpenter's Escape from LA from Darryll and Desmond. Devil Dinosaur Jr. commemorates Mother's Day with a Stay Scary of the Chinese horror film Baby Blues. Desmond goes solo on The Drownsman. Of course, there's music as well: "Los Angeles" by The 69 Eyes, "Los Angeles is Burning" by Bad Religion, "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" by Manic Street Preachers, "Dirty Drowning Man" by Primus, and "Motherfucker (JG Thirlwell Remix)" by Faith No More.
.: 1:41:57 :: 49.2 MB :: 11 May 2015 :.

401: This week is for the ladies. Virgins and whores, final girls and damsels in distress. Monsters and monster-hunters. Seductresses and victims. Everything in between. The female of the species is not often serviced well by the genre, but this week we present reviews of eight films of varying quality that are centered around women. First, Chris joins Desmond to discuss the intense and powerful Martha Marcy May Marlene starring the amazing Elizabeth Olsen. Devil Dinosaur Jr. sidles up to chat up Girls Against Boys. Desmond goes solo on a variety of films: Avenged, Rabid Grannies, Echoes, and two films from Troma's From Asia with Lust Volume 1 DVD: Hitch-Hike and Camp. Finally, ending on a bang, Duane joins Desmond for a look at All the Boys Love Mandy Lane. There's tunes as well: "Floor" by Royal Thunder, "Marcy's Song" by John Hawkes, "Learned It" by Girls Against Boys, "Blood Sisters" by Huntress, "Dark Secret Girl" by Turbonegro, and "She Rides" by Danzig.
.: 1:45:40 :: 50.9 MB :: 04 May 2015 :.

400: Dread Media hits the big 4-0-0! For 400 weeks in a row we have provided you an hour (or so) of audio entertainment covering the horror and dark fantastique across all media, and this week is no different. In fact, all the way back in episode 100 we paid tribute to the man of many media himself: Clive Barker. Since then, a lot has happened in the world of Clive Barker, and Desmond and friends are here to fill you in on the world of film, literature, and comics as they relate to Clive Barker. First, Desmond and Darryll get a look at the long-anticipated Nightbreed: The Director's Cut, a film once considered lost forever. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers an epic-length Stay Scary based on the writing work that Clive Barker has done for television, namely: "Haeckel's Tale" and "Valerie on the Stairs" from Masters of Horror, and "The Yattering and Jack" from Tales from the Darkside. Desmond goes solo for the first of two segments on a review of the brand new (yet old) novelette Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium. He comes back after a break to discuss the sacrilegious original series form Boom! Studios: Next Testament. Finally, Darryll returns to take look at Lord of Illusions: The Director's Cut. On top of that, it wouldn't be an episode of Dread Media without some thematic tunes: "Transdermal Celebration" by Ween, "Skin" by Oingo Boingo, "Cold Ethyl" by Alice Cooper, "Mr. Torture" by Helloween, "Newborn God (Radiance-Vehemence)" by FEASTofFETUS, "Magic Moments" by Erasure, and "Born to Murder the World" by Simon Boswell. Enjoy!
.: 2:36:05 :: 75.1 MB :: 27 April 2015 :.

399: Episode 400 is coming next week, so we needed to clean some of the piles of reviews we have sitting around in Dread Media Global Headquarters. First up, Duane and Desmond take a look at the Canadian horror comedy Wolfcop. Then Desmond settles in for a barrage of reviews from across all media. Books: Angel of the Abyss by Ed Kurtz, Facial by Jeff Strand, and Human Monsters by Gregory Lamberson. A comic book: Shaolin Cowboy: Shemp Buffet. And another film: Muck. Of course, it would be weird if we all of a sudden stopped playing music, right? "American Werewolf in Calgary" by The Browns, "Devil's Blood" by Cancer Bats, "Clones (We're All)" by Alice Cooper, "Unseen Tormentor" by Early Man, and "Killer on the Lamb" by Banjo & Sullivan. RIP Geofrrey Lewis, Tom Towles, and Herb Trimpe.
.: 1:11:28 :: 34.5 MB :: 20 April 2015 :.

398: Sequels aren't always the best measure of cinematic quality. However, what happens when you have sequels to what many consider to be not only the best genre films of all time, but the best films of all time? This week, Dread Media tries to answer that question. First up, Darryll and Desmond tackle Hitchcock protégé Richard Franklin's stab at Psycho II. And, in a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a bite out of 1978's Jaws 2. Of course, there's also a bunch of sequelly songs: "Second Time Around" by The Damned, "Mother" by Danzig, "Fast as a Shark" by Accept, and "Again" by Alice in Chains.
.: 1:15:50 :: 36.6 MB :: 13 April 2015 :.

397: This week Desmond hit up the Vancouver Fan Expo and went on an interview spree. For you, we present those interviews of the following people in the following order: Michael Angelos, creator of Jack the Lantern; Conan and X-O Manowar artist Cary Nord; comic creator and filmmaker Kaare Andrews; Final Transmission author Brian Clement; notorious comic creator Robin Thompson; The Walking Dead's Scott Wilson; and the legendary Lance Henriksen. On top of all of that, there are songs: "Pumpkin Head" by The Misfits, "Holy Barbarian" by Melvins Lite, "Iron Fist" by Richie Branson, "The Easter Bunny Always Sleeps" by Vincent Price, "Pilot Episode: Main Title (Long)" by Mark Snow, and "Fansong" by Dethklok.
.: 1:07:23 :: 32.6 MB :: 06 April 2015 :.

396: The March on Full Moon comes to an end in epic style as Desmond and Duane give you a retrospective on the flagship series of Full Moon Entertainment: Puppet Master! Instead of reviewing the films, the hosts cover a variety of topics, awards show style, to run the gamut from 1989's Puppet Master to 2012's Puppet Master X: Axis Rising. Everything from Favorite Character to Hottest Guys and Girls to Best Kills. If you're a fan of Puppet Master, you need to check this out! It wouldn't be an episode of Dread Media without some themed songs: "Puppet Master Theme" by Richard Band, "Master of Puppets" by Metallica, "No Strings Attached" by Valient Thorr, "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" by Trivium, and "The Puppet Master" by King Diamond.
.: 2:04:40 :: 60.1 MB :: 30 March 2015 :.

395: It's the massive penultimate episode of March on Full Moon! First up, Patrick Romandy-Simmons stops by to talk about his career in special effects, including working in the biggest horror franchises of all-time, Rod Steiger getting mad at him, an insane run-in with a celebrity, and his work on Puppet Master. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. steps in to talk about some beast-on-woman love in the remarkably weird Meridian. To close the show, Desmond and Duane take a look at the monks versus demon film Catacombs. Some tunes as well to carry you through your week: "Incalculable Effects" by Propagandhi, "I'm Your Puppet" by Sam & Dave, "Love Like Blood" by Killing Joke, "Released from the Catacombs" by Skeletonwitch, and "Old School Hollywood" by System of a Down.
.: 1:55:44 :: 55.8 MB :: 23 March 2015 :.

394: Beware the Ides of March on Full Moon! Speaking of Ides of March and Roman Catholicism, Dread Media and Full Moon Entertainment get all religious extremist on you as Desmond and Duane take in a masterful performance by the great Lance Henriksen as the evil Torquemada in 1991's The Pit and the Pendulum. Of course, Devil Dinosaur Jr. bounces right back to take a look at another Coombs / Crampton collaboration: Evil Clergyman. There are some hymns as well: "God Song" by Bad Religion, "Inquisition (of the Innocent)" by Act of Impalement, "Spiritual Law" by Slayer, and "Worship Me Like a God" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Amen!
.: 1:00:36 :: 29.3 MB :: 16 March 2015 :.

393: March to Full Moon soldiers on as Duane and Desmond dig in to the pet project of filmmaker Ted Nicolaou: the Subspecies franchise! We look at all the films in the series in chronological order: Subspecies, Bloodstone: Subspecies II, Bloodlust: Subspecies III, Vampire Journals, and Subspecies IV: Bloodstorm. There's some bloody songs as well: "Bloodmines" by Baptists, "Nightwing" by Marduk, "Bloodlust" by The Browning, "Bloodstone" by Judas Priest, and "Vampire" by Rigor Mortis. Get your Radu on!
.: 1:33:33 :: 45.1 MB :: 09 March 2015 :.

392: The March on Full Moon begins as Duane and Desmond settle in for a month dedicated to the little production company that could: Full Moon Entertainment. First up, the two drool over Barbara Crampton and the gothic exploitation of Castle Freak. And, as if one freakish monster in the basement wasn't enough, Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on the Charles Band-produced Cellar Dweller! Of course, we have some kickass tunes to play as well: "Castlestorm" by ASG, "Freak" by The Meteors, "Snaggletooth" by Motorhead, and "Sub-Basement" by Pentagram.
.: 1:02:02 :: 30.2 MB :: 02 March 2015 :.

391: This week is a barrage of craziness! First off, Darryll and Desmond discuss the finer points of the recent careers of C. Thomas Howell and Judd Nelson. They also provide some solid inspirational quotes for you to live by in their review of Bigfoot Wars. Desmond goes solo on a review of Jeff Strand's brand new novella Facial. Devil Dinosaur Jr. calls in some feedback about his own experience with home-invasions, and Richard the Monster Movie Kid breaks in the brand new voicemail number (posted below)! Audio additions as follows: "More Arms Than Courage" by Todd Glass, "Waking the Giants" by Carthage, "Satan is Real / Straight to Hell" by Hank Williams III, "I'll Bite Your Face Off" by Alice Cooper, and "Full Moon" by Atmosphere.
.: 1:34:46 :: 45.7 MB :: 23 February 2015 :.

390: Happy Valentine's Day, Dreadites! Whether you have a Valentine or not, this week's episode is sure to tickle your fancy. First up, there's trouble in paradise as young lovers enter a house late at night... and review the film The Strangers. There's a brand new Stay Scary where Devil Dinosaur Jr. tells us why he's a Death Machine, and he don't work for nobody but us. Also, Desmond goes solo on Zombie Killers: Elephant's Graveyard. There's nothing romantic about that. Of course, we provide a bevy of beautiful love songs for you as well: "Valentine's Day" by The Dollyrots, "Safe Home (acoustic)" by Anthrax, "Shards of Love" by Woods of Ypres, "My Bloody Valentine" by The Browns, and "I Want To Know What Love Is" by Crowbar Abortion.
.: 1:37:20 :: 46.9 MB :: 16 February 2015 :.

389: Science fiction / horror mashups are on the menu this week as Chris and Desmond take on Under the Skin, the art-film remake of Species. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a look at what happens when a hungry alien happens upon a lesbian couple in Prey (Alien Prey). Desmond comes back to go solo on the machine that lets a defeated genius help people overcome their phobias in Fear Clinic. On top of that, stick around 'til the end for the world podcast debut of a song from Greg Lamberson's upcoming horror / sci-fi / comedy Killer Rack! Beam down some scary songs: "Under My Skin" by Mudvayne, "Death" by Mica Levi, "Jealous Again" by Black Flag, "Dead Memories" by Slipknot, and "Funbags" by Armand Petri featuring Paul McGinnis and Lloyd Kaufman.
.: 1:06:08 :: 32.0 MB :: 09 February 2015 :.

388: They're the shopkeeper down the street, the simple farmer out in the country, the ranch caretaker, or the cute girl from work. Man is the greatest evil of all, and the films covered in this episode are no exception. We also welcome a brand new sponsor to the show: www.diabolikdvd.com! First up, take advantage of the Horror Block deal and listen in as the Reddick Family opens up January's Horror Block shipment on the air! Then, Desmond and Darryll get drunk and talk about bizarre metaphysical conspiracies in their coverage of the remake of Maniac. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on the classic Deranged. Then Desmond goes solo on reviews of Desecrated and Alyce Kills. Don't forget the songs: "Where Is My Mind?" by The Pixies, "A Little Knife Music" by Jay Chattaway, "These Walls are Filled With Corpses" by Overdue Exorcism, "We Die Young" by Alice in Chains, and "Hate the Living, Love the Dead" by The Misfits.
.: 1:38:54 :: 47.7 MB :: 02 February 2015 :.

387: This week we have some cross-genre ghost stories to take in. First up, Chris is back to discuss the brand new comedic film from New Zealand: Housebound. Then, Devil Dinsoaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on what might be the first widely seen found footage horror film: BBC's live television presentation of Ghostwatch. Spooky tunes: "Board up the House" by Baroness, "Angel" by Alistair Riddell, "Old Haunts" by Gaslight Anthem, and "Fight at Dawn" by Tangerine Dream. RIP Edgar Froese.
.: 1:05:39 :: 31.7 MB :: 26 January 2015 :.

386: Crawl back through the horrors of history as humanity once again faces one of its most blatant evils as Nazi zombies emerge! We run the gamut of the genre from the most sober to the most extreme, from the beginnings to its very recent examples! Peter Cushing and John Carradine star in 1976's aquatic super-soldier film Shock Waves. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead. Of course, we've also got some funky fascist tunes for you: "Island of Zombina" by Zombina and The Skeletones, " Shock Wave" by Black Sabbath, "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Hurra Torpedo, and "War Machine" by Battlerage. Make sure to check out Horror Block and get 10% off at this link with the coupon code DREAD10: http://bit.ly/1y09lII.
.: 1:12:38 :: 35.1 MB :: 19 January 2015 :.

385: Howdy! How 'bout some southern fried crime for ya? Desmond and Darryll take a good hard look at pre-moustache Burt Reynolds in the rum-running, fascist sheriff crime flick White Lightning. Devil Dinosaur Jr. speeds by in a review of the feature-length car chase Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Of course, there's some southern fried rock to go with your movies: "Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead" by Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, "Steady at the Wheel" by Shooter Jennings, "Time (Is Such a Funny Thing)" by Susan Maughan, and "Don't You Think this Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand" by James Hetfield. Also, check out Horror Block and get 10% off your first month with the coupon code DREAD10 at the following link: http://bit.ly/1y09lII.
.: 59:04 :: 28.6 MB :: 12 January 2015 :.

384: The holidays are over. For many of us, that means our loved ones who have become parasitic monsters in our homes have gone home. Well, this week, we look at some unwelcome visitors in the horror genre. First up, Desmond and Darryll love Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett's The Guest. They love it so much, that Darryll refuses to leave! Desmond invites Duane over, but he can only call in to review the last film Wingard and Barrett did together, You're Next, a very different uninvited guest film. Then, because not all victims of bad visitors are human, Desmond looks at Brian Kaufman's latest novella: The Wretched Walls. There are, of course, some songs to kick off your New Year as well: "Get the Fuck Outta Here" by Diemonds, "Uninvited Guest" by Mercyful Fate, "Looking for the Magic" by The Dwight Tilley Band, "Old House (Bark at the Moonlight)" by Man's Gin, and "We Destroy the Family" by Fear.
.: 1:49:00 :: 52.5 MB :: 05 January 2015 :.

383: Party on this week as we take a little trip with some ladies down liquor lane. First up, Desmond and Darryll sit down to take in a viewing of the insane ESP-driven psychodrama buried inside a typical slasher with Tanya Roberts: Tourist Trap. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. goes on a college party train with Jamie Lee Curtis in Terror Train. There's some varied tunes as well for your New Year's week: "My Drinkin' Problem" by Hank Williams III, "My Mind is Dangerous" by Life of Agony, "Party Hard" by Andrew WK, and "New Year's Eve" by Tom Waits.
.: 1:15:00 :: 36.2 MB :: 29 December 2014 :.

DMP 45: It's a Dread Media Presents debut as MCs and obscure rap aficionados Reece Heinen and Alex Hurt dedicate an entire podcast to going deep on reviews of a single song in the hip hop subgenre of horrorcore. In this inaugural episode, Alex and Reece help us get to know them a little bit before they take on a track from juggernauts of horrorcore: Twiztid and Blaze Ya Dead Homie. "Sick Man" is a triptych from Twiztid's recent 2013 EP, A New Nightmare, featuring their regular collaborator Blaze Ya Dead Homie. The beat, the rhyme scheme, and each rapper's verse is meticulously picked apart like the victims of the titular serial killer. They also discuss the music video for the song, which features horror luminaries Sid Haig and Kane Hodder! Strap in, listen close, and look over your shoulder for Sick Man!
.: 1:07:27 :: 32.5 MB :: 28 December 2014 :.

382: Christmas time is here. Time for mayhem and fear. This week, Desmond and Darryll explore family. And we all know the chainsaw is family, in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. Devil Dinosaur Jr. talks about religious tradition in the delightful holiday romp Sheitan. Desmond comes back to give a special address about giving, specifically one serial killer helping police find others in Nailbiter from Image Comics. There's also some festive music for you as well: "Because I'm Santa" by The Dollyrots, "Strange Things Happen" by Stewart Copeland, "Gentiment Je T'immole" by Mai Lan, "Kill City" by Iggy Poop and James Williamson, and "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns. Get in on the SNDN Blu-ray giveaway contest, and have some Happy Holidays!
.: 1:16:46 :: 37.1 MB :: 22 December 2014 :.

381: iPod. Headphones. We're losing battery power! I need a quick charge, STAT! Get medical with Dread Media this week! Doctor Reddick kicks the show off with his Top 5 Medical Traumas. Then Darryll stops by to review the malpractice / coma-themed Sublime. Duane joins Desmond to discuss the conjoined twins / psychological thriller Sisters. Then, in these days of ebola-tinged fear, Desmond gets gross with a review of Cabin Fever: Patient Zero. Here's a list of psychosomatic tunes to keep you going: "Eyes on Fire" by Blue Oyster Cult, "Malpractice" by Faith No More, "Sister Blue" by Mind Funk, "Ebola Reston" by Grotus, and "Down with the Sickness" by Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine.
.: 1:35:27 :: 46.0 MB :: 15 December 2014 :.

380: Cut! What am I working with here? This week on Dread Media, we get dramatic! First up, Desmond gives his Top 5 Dramatic Presentations in the horror genre. Then, Darryll stops by to review the Italian slasher Stage Fright. Devil Dinosaur Jr. isn't a fat lady, nor does he sing, but he closes the show with a review of Dario Argento's Opera. There are, of course, songs as well: "In the Rain" by The Dramatics, "I Am the Owl" by Dead Kennedys, "Phantom of the Opera" by Iron Maiden, and "Take a Bow" by Muse.
.: 1:18:43 :: 38.0 MB :: 08 December 2014 :.

379: You wanted the best, you got the best! This week Dread Media pays homage to the kings of theatrical rock and roll, the Knights in Satan's Service themselves: KISS! First up, join Darryll and Desmond in looking at the band as bizarre, quippy cosmic gods in their weird (and awful) 1978 TV movie, KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park. Then, was it really a good idea for Gene Simmons to give the only copy of a newly dead rocker's new album to an emotionally unstable teenager? Find out as Duane and Desmond are delighted by 1980s heavy metal horror epic, Trick or Treat. There's tunes, of course: "Nothin' To tose" and "Detroit Rock City" by KISS, and "Stand Up" and "Trick or Treat" by Fastway.
.: 1:22:10 :: 39.7 MB :: 01 December 2014 :.

378: Get real once again with Dread Media as we dip back into the world of found footage films. The examples run the gamut this week from reality-based to supernatural, from great to awful. First up, Duane and Desmond get a look at the third installment in the ever-innovative found footage anthology series V/H/S: Viral. Then Desmond goes solo on the rich New York socialites gone bad film The Upper Footage and the almost unexplainable Mr. Jones. On top of that, there's a great set of tunes as well: "Horrorvision" by Zodiac, "The Virus of Life" by Slipknot, "Life and Death of the Party" by Alice Cooper, "Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground" by Blind Willie Johnson, and "The Touch of Reality" by The Skull.
.: 1:29:16 :: 43.1 MB :: 24 November 2014 :.

377: Get your metal on once again in this packed show of cosmic- and earth-bound heavy metal. First up, Desmond attended a show on GWAR's first tour since the death of Dave Brockie / Oderus Urungus. What did he think? Did new front-people Blothar and Vulvatron live up to Oderus' legacy? Then, he is joined by Darryll for a review of the first Canadian animated feature film and futuristic rock opera Rock & Rule. Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at the low-budget / sci-fi chick-rock masterpiece Vicious Lips. Finally, things take a turn for the serious when Desmond returns for a solo review of the documentary As the Palaces Burn. What episode of Dread Media, metal-themed or otherwise, would be complete without some kickass tunes? "Let Us Slay" and "Fly Now" by GWAR, "Born to Raise Hell" by Cheap Trick, "Light Years Away" by Mary Ellen Quinn, "Walk With Me in Hell" by Lamb of God, and "West End Girls / People Who Died" also by GWAR, get a spin on this week's show.
.: 1:31:29 :: 44.1 MB :: 17 November 2014 :.

376: This week Desmond is joined by filmmaker and music video director Phil Mucci for an inspiring and creative one-hour conversations about making tough decisions for your art, heavy metal, and stickin' it to the man to impress the ladies. First, Desmond gives a Top 5 rundown of his favorite Phil Mucci-directed music videos. The music for this episode is curated from songs Phil has directed videos for: "Zenith" by Huntress, "The Diplomat" by Pig Destroyer, and "The Duke (of Supernature)" by Monster Magnet. Visit Phil's site and get your mind blown at www.diabolikfilms.com.
.: 1:36:20 :: 47.9 MB :: 10 November 2014 :.

DMP 44: It's been a long time, but the Commonwealth Crew returns with a brand new Dread Reel-ief. Well, it's not brand new, as you can probably tell with our conversation about the yet-to-be-released Iron Man 3. But, I digress! This time, the live action manga adaptation of Death Note gets a heavy review about the silliness of having a death god as a comedic sidekick, but also the moral implications of vigilanteism. This one is all over the place. Enjoy.
.: 25:28 :: 12.4 MB :: 04 November 2014 :.

375: Get your revenge on this week as the Dread Media crew takes on a double feature of revenge flicks. First though, Desmond runs down his Top 5 favorite revenge stories (featuring all different media). Then Duane and Desmond talk about recent mumblecore revenge film Blue Ruin. Then, as prescribed by Al from Halifax (thanks, Al) Desmond and Darryll get nasty with the Ozsploitation revenge thriller The Horseman. Play these loud to take on your annoying neighbors in a little bit of audio revenger: "Revenge" by Mindless Self Indulgence, "Drifter" by Iron Maiden, "Vengeance Will Be Mine" by Skeletonwitch, and "Buenas Tardes, Amigo" by Ween.
.: 1:19:50 :: 38.5 MB :: 03 November 2014 :.

374: Happy Halloween, Dreadites! Celebrate with us in style with another massive episode. After Desmond's Top 5 Halloween traditions, friend of the show Greg Lamberson stops by as usual this time of year to give us the rundown on the projects he's recently had released, as well as those that are upcoming, including: Frenzy Wolves, Creepers, Human Monsters, and even a scoop at what his next film project might be. Greg even interviews Desmond for a little bit about his experience with The Julian Year. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at the underrated classic Pumpkinhead. Then Desmond and Darryll deliver a drunken review of Halloween III: Season of the Witch. It's worth a listen. There's also music: "Halloween" by The Misfits, "Slime City Creep" by Gore Obsessed, "Pumpkin Head" by The Misfits, "All Hell" by Samhain, and "Man of the Year" by Alice Cooper.
.: 2:17:11 :: 66.1 MB :: 27 October 2014 :.

373: This week's show is a massive tip of the hat to the atypical zombie film. First things first: young adult novelist, Lynne Hansen stops by to talk about her recent career-turn as a filmmaker. From her screenplay for the zombie comedy short film He's Not Looking So Great to the trials and tribulations of directing her first short, the very atypical zombie film Chomp. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a double feature of the atypical, and so so bad, zombie films Teenage Zombies and Superargo. Darryll joins Desmond for a look at the very impressive indie zombie feature The Battery. Then Desmond goes solo on The Dead 2. But of course, that isn't all! We have to have some zombie tunes: "Zombie Apocalypse" by Kirby Krackle, "Because I'm Awesome" by The Dollyrots, "It's Your Funeral, Minion" by The Hex Dispensers, "Anthem for the Already Defeated" by Rock Plaza Central, "The Desert is on Fire" by Murder by Death, and "Zombie" by Vestiges.
.: 2:18:23 :: 66.4 MB :: 20 October 2014 :.

372: Reality crashes into the Halloween season this week as Desmond interviews the filmmakers behind the brand new haunted event-themed / found-footage horror film The Houses October Built. Bobby Roe, Zack Andrews, and Michael Roe talk about making a found footage film with your friends, and the secret world behind haunted events. Then, carrying on with the theme of event-related horror, Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at Tobe Hooper's most underrated gem in his filmography: The Funhouse. Then, Desmond goes solo on a review of the Rosemary's Baby meets TLC's A Baby Story mashup Delivery: The Beast Within. On top of all that, there's some suitably creepy tunes for you guys on your Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend: "October" by Gray Matter, "Haunted House" by Antiseen, "Madhouse" by Anthrax, "Life / Birth / Blood / Doom" by Black Label Society, and "Aenema" by Tool.
.: 1:17:14 :: 37.3 MB :: 13 October 2014 :.

371: This week we delve into the myth of the Sasquatch. Before that, however, in the first installment of October's Dread Media Top 5, Desmond outlines his five favorite non-Bigfoot crypto-zoological creatures. Then Darryll joins him to look at Bobcat Goldthwait's first horror film, the found footage Bigfoot film, Willow Creek. In a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. goes all the way back to 1957 to review Hammer Studios' Abominable Snowman! Of course, there's also a bunch of big, hairy tunes: "Loch Ness Monster" by Big Dipper, "(The) Living Proof" by Shooter Jennings, "The Yeti" by Clutch, and "The Hunter" by Danzig.
.: 1:16:31 :: 37.0 MB :: 06 October 2014 :.

370: Earth is a dangerous place, as we all know. With global warming a reality, it feels like we're on the cusp of an eco-horror movement. This week, Dread Media has a new and a classic example for you. First up, the thaw releases hybrid monsters from the Blood Glacier. Then, in a brand new Stay Scary, Talia Shire deals with a mutant bear in 1979's Prophecy. Let's tie ourselves to a tree and sing these songs: "Global Warning" by Voivod, "At the Foot of the Great Glacier" by 3 Inches of Blood, "The Wait" by Killing Joke, and "Mourning of the Earth" by ASG.
.: 1:14:29 :: 36.0 MB :: 29 September 2014 :.

369: Join Dread Media this week. Seriously, join us. We're all about the cult this week. First, Dreadite favorite Ti West's latest film, Sacrament, takes the found-footage genre and applies it to a loosely veiled Jonestown story. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. looks at Kevin Smith's Branch Davidian / Westboro Baptist church mash-up Red State. Finally, black metal's rabid fans have accepted quite a lot of variation to their genre, but will they think the eponymous debut EP from the mysterious Danish one-woman black metal act Myrkur is "trve kvlt"? We'll have to see! Of course, there's tunes: "Sacrament" by HIM, "Back to Eden" by Black Sabbath, "High as Fuck" by Jon Lajoie, and "Nattens Barn" and "Må Du Brćnde i Helvede" by Myrkur.
.: 1:34:22 :: 45.5 MB :: 22 September 2014 :.

368: Get sick this week, Dreadites, as Desmond and Darryll take a look at two goo-soaked dripping fright flicks. First up, can the hosts get past their nausea induced by the opening of the brand new existential homage to Troma, Septic Man? What about the classic gooey monster film The Incredible Melting Man? Time, and listening, will only tell. There's some nasty dripping songs for you, too: "Freak Puke" by Melvins Lite, "Sewer Chief" by Rat Path, "Melting of My Marrow" by Killer Be Killed, and "Melt" by Monster Magnet. Don't forget to join this month's Facebook group contest!
.: 1:24:22 :: 40.7 MB :: 15 September 2014 :.

367: At the behest and donation of our great listener, Dean, Dread Media swerves from the typical this week as we take in some Oscar-baity arthouse. First up, Darryll and Desmond take in a viewing of the seminal and powerful ensemble piece, Magnolia. Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the more recent, but similarly themed film Nebraska. Of course, there are also songs: "Momentum" and "Save Me" by Aimee Mann, "Time" by Wraitchild America, and "Daddy's Hands" by Shooter Jennings. Thanks again to Dean for his support!
.: 1:33:32 :: 45.1 MB :: 08 September 2014 :.

366: Benvenuto! This week we celebrate cinema italiano! There's a wide berth of genres being covered: sword and sandal, giallo, zombie, and post-apocalyptic. First off, Darryll and Desmond take in a viewing of Lucio Fulci's Conquest. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. is stirred, but not shaken, by the mostly unseen giallo film starring no one's favorite James Bond: Who Saw Her Die? Finally, Desmond returns to review Blue Underground's Blood-Soaked Double Feature Blu-ray which features two films by Italian schlock merchant Bruno Mattei: Hell of the Living Dead and Rats: Night of Terror. And of course, some songs to be serenaded by on a gondola through the canals of Venice: "Conquest" by Judas Priest, "Smoking Snakes" by Sabaton, "El Prima Baso" by Ennio Morricone, "Rats" by Clutch, and "Conquest" by rokOpera Inc. Divertiti!
.: 1:22:02 :: 39.6 MB :: 01 September 2014 :.

365: Get your sexy werewolf on this week as Chris and Desmond reluctantly look at the second season of Netflix Original Hemlock Grove. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. saves the day with a look at Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory in a new Stay Scary. There's some sexy tunes as well: "Gypsy" by Emperor, "Scientific Rebirth" by Cara Neir, "Nothing to Lose" by Girlschool, and "Dog Inside Your Body" by Butthole Surfers. Sorry for all the self promotion and black metal.
.: 1:16:51 :: 37.1 MB :: 25 August 2014 :.

364: This week we pay tribute to one of our most beloved entertainers. From comedy to drama to children's films to intense psychological character studies, Robin Williams was truly one of the greats. So Chris and Desmond have a great conversation about the man during their review of Insomnia. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the recent dark comedy World's Greatest Dad. There's tunes as well: "I Don't Sleep" by Amen, "Insomnia" by Greta, and "I Hope I Become a Ghost" by The Deadly Syndrome. Pay attention to have a chance to win The Walking Dead Season 4 on DVD, and make sure to watch Darryll and Desmond's film "The Killing House" (http://player.vimeo.com/video/103446672). If you like what you see, buy the score that Desmond composed to support both filmmakers at www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com. RIP Robin Williams.
.: 1:13:44 :: 35.6 MB :: 18 August 2014 :.

363: This week Dread Media takes a look at some random infected-zombie films. First up, Adam and Desmond check out the military-experiment-gone-wrong-style infected-zombie in Toxin. Then an environmental disaster creates the flesh-eaters in Devil Dinosaur Jr.'s Stay Scary on Hell of the Living Dead. Desmond is joined by Jeff and Luke to look at perhaps the most interesting one of them all: the social media-induced zombification of Antisocial. There's infected tunes by the following: "MK Ultra" by Toxic Holocaust, "Toxic Garbage Island" by Gojira, "Torn Apart" by Valient Thorr, "Crash Course in Brain Surgery" by Metallica, and "Fool for a Blond" by Roger Bartlett & Friends. RIP Marilyn Burns.
.: 1:27:02 :: 42.0 MB :: 11 August 2014 :.

362: Sometimes you can't go home again. Or maybe you do, but things have changed. Or maybe you just haven't. Regardless, aliens may be involved. This week, Desmond and Duane take a look at Edgar Wright's World's End. To fit the theme, Darryll and Desmond follow it up with a look at Abel Ferrara's unique take on the classic alien invasion tale: Body Snatchers. There are tunes, as well: "Gimme Some Skin" by The 69 Eyes, "BEER!" by Psychostick, "Alienized" by Volbeat, and "Invasion of the Mind Snatchers" by Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine.
.: 1:26:37 :: 41.8 MB :: 04 August 2014 :.

361: This week Dread Media gets a little bit meta as Darryll and Desmond take a look at a slasher movie about a slasher movie: The Hills Run Red. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at Theatre Bizarre, an anthology film with a meta framing sequence. There's also songs, but not songs about songs. That would be weird: "Scream!" by The Misfits, "River Runs Red (Re-Zamped)" by Life of Agony, "Chasm" by Gost, and "Scary Movies" by Eminem featuring Royce da 5'9".
.: 1:06:08 :: 32.0 MB :: 28 July 2014 :.

360: Come home from Vietnam with Dread Media this week as we celebrate two films where someone "died" in war before coming home. First up, Desmond and Darryll review the exploitation classic Rolling Thunder. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a Stay Scary on Bob Clark's Deathdream. Of course, there's songs: "War Eternal" by Archenemy, "Battles and Brotherhood" by 3 Inches of Blood, "Holiday in Cambodia" by Dead Kennedys, and "Coming Home" by Avenged Sevenfold. Check out http://www.collinsporthistoricalsociety.com for Monster Serial essays every week!
.: 1:08:23 :: 33.1 MB :: 21 July 2014 :.

359: There's a focus on the new this week as Desmond and Darryll take in a viewing of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and then dive into an insane, freeform discussion on apes in pop culture. Then, listener Al from Halifax sends in a thoughtful review of the first season of the Showtime series Penny Dreadful. There's some simian music, too: "With Man Gone, Will There Be Hope for Gorilla?" by Starvist, "The Apes of Wrath" by GWAR, "London Dungeon" by Ghoultown, and "Simianimal" by Anacondas.
.: 1:25:55 :: 41.5 MB :: 14 July 2014 :.

358: Lamberto Bava's Demons saga is on the docket this week as Desmond and Duane go deep on the first two films in the series. They go from Demons at its inception as a piece of low-budget filler to appease a production company to a discussion of class struggle depicted in Demons 2. On top of that, they also take a look at two of the many films to bear the name Demons 3: first, Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on Demons III: The Ogre; and second, Desmond reviews Umberto Lenzi's Black Demons. There's even some of those demonic songs your parents warned you about: "Am I Demon" by Danzig, "Demon's Mark" by Hank III, "By Demons Be Driven" by Pantera, "Ogre Battle" by Queen, "Demon" by Entombed, and "Demon" by Claudio Simonetti.
.: 1:34:29 :: 45.6 MB :: 07 July 2014 :.

357: Doctor, doctor! Gimme the news, we've got a medical horror themed episode for you! That's right. Covering the gamut of genre-based films about our fears of illness and death, for the first time Dread Media looks at medical-themed horror films. First up, Desmond and Darryll take a long look at the misguided-but-compelling medical conspiracy thriller Coma. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. Stays Scary when he reviews the hospital-set slasher Visiting Hours. Desmond comes back to go solo on the body horror-comedy Bad Milo! And, just in case you're still feeling under the weather, Doctor Dread prescribes the following music therapy: "Witchdoctor" by Clutch, "Girl in a Coma" by Fit For Rivals, "I Hate" by Overkill, "Ride the Flying Polyp" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, and "Death is Not the End" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Get well soon!
.: 1:28:14 :: 42.6 MB :: 30 June 2014 :.

356: This week, Dread Media rocks once again as we present two interviews by author David Agranoff from BizarroCon 2014. The first interview is with MP Johnson (freaktension.wordpress.com). The second interview is with Ross E Lockheart (haresrocklots.com). Both of these guys rock. And so does David Agranoff (davidagranoff.blogspot.com). If that wasn't enough rock for you, Duane joins Desmond for a review of the horrifically misguided moral metal horror film The Black Roses. Oh boy. There're songs too: "Raise Hell" by Anthrax, "Teenagers From Mars" by The Misfits, "Black Sunshine" by White Zombie, "Soldiers of the Night" by Black Roses, and "Black Roses" by The Browns.
.: 1:17:57 :: 37.6 MB :: 23 June 2014 :.

DMP 43: The Commonwealth Crew has returned after a long absence to cap off a week discussing the major British horror studios of the 1970s with a double-sized episode follow-up to the last British horror comic-themed anthology they watched: Vault of Horror! Censorship, neat freaks, pre-Doctor Who Tom Baker, and differing views on Imperialism are among the multitude of things discussed as these two go deep on a sequel that might just be better than its predecessor.
.: 44:40 :: 21.6 MB :: 17 June 2014 :.

355: Blimey! Get British with us once again as Dread Media pays tribute to titans of British horror. First up, Desmond and Darryll worship at the altar of Ingrid Pitt in Hammer's Countess Dracula. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary segment on the BBC horror comedy series Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible. Make sure to check in later this week for a special Amicus-related Dread Reel-ief! There's some tunes as well: "Bloodbath" by GWAR, "Bathe in Blood" by Evile, "Horror Business" by The Misifts, and "England" by Edguy.
.: 1:20:09 :: 38.7 MB :: 16 June 2014 :.

354: This week, Desmond is proud to bring you an interview with one of his heroes. Alan Robert is the bass player and principle songwriter of Life of Agony and the writer / artist of three awesome horror comic series from IDW: Wire Hangers (www.wirehangerscomic.com), Crawl to Me (www.crawltomecomic.com), and Killogy (www.killogycomic.com). Alan stops by to talk touring with Life of Agony again, a Killogy Halloween special coming in October, and an upcoming animated series, as well as his next comic project: The Shunned One (www.theshunnedone.com). Then we have reviews of two novels: Ross E. Lockheart's Chick Bassist and David Agranoff's Boot Boys of the Wolf Reich. On top of all that, we play only songs written by Alan in this episode: "Through and Through," "Other Side of the River," "Angry Tree," and "Wicked Ways," all by Life of Agony. Also "Lucky 13" by Spoiler NYC. Find Alan at www.alanrobert.com.
.: 1:14:19 :: 35.9 MB :: 09 June 2014 :.

353: Great beasts awaken from their slumber underneath the ocean all up in this episode! First, the second interview with contributors to A Mythos Grimmly: A Lovecraftian Fairy Tale Anthology features Christine Morgan, Peter Rawlik, and Mary Sangiovanni. Then, Desmond and Darryll look at Godzilla. There's gargantuan tunes as well: "Children's Story" by Tom Waits, "The Sleeper Awakens" by Dead Again, "Godzilla" by Blue Oyster Cult, and "I Heart Cthulhu" by Mary Shelley Overdrive. Support the anthology here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jerhoc/a-mythos-grimmly-a-lovecraftian-fairy-tale-mash-up
.: 1:35:24 :: 46.0 MB :: 02 June 2014 :.

352: Desmond is on strike at work, but that hasn't slowed Dread Media down. In this huge episode, Desmond interviews the directors of the recently released remake of their earlier student film, All Cheerleaders Die: Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on Lucky Mckee's Masters of Horror episode: "Sick Girl." Then, there's another interview featuring Jeremy Hochhalter and Silvia Moreno-Garcia, the editor and a contributor to A Mythos Grimmly: A Lovecraftian Fairy Tale Anthology which is currently being crowd-funded at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jerhoc/a-mythos-grimmly-a-lovecraftian-fairy-tale-mash-up. All that, plus feedback and tunes! "Look Out, Young Son" by Grand Ole Party, "Be Aggressive" by Faith No More, "Here Comes Sickness" by Mudhoney, "Little Red Riding Hood" by Murder by Death, and "Bones" by Casualties of Cool.
.: 1:26:46 :: 41.9 MB :: 26 May 2014 :.

DMP 42: In Portland, Oregon at the World Horror Convention 2014 Scott Glancy (co-host of Podcast at Ground Zero and The Unspeakable Oath), Derek M. Koch (host of Monster Kid Radio, co-host of 1951 Down Place, and former host of Mail Order Zombie), and Desmond Reddick put on a podcasting panel moderated by author Jeff Strand. This is that podcasting panel.
.: 53:10 :: 25.7 MB :: 22 May 2014 :.

351: Last weekend, Desmond journeyed to Portland, Oregon, where he attended his first World Horror Convention and Stoker Awards Ceremony. This is two and a half hours of footage from said convention. The amazing personalities we meet along the way (in order of appearance) are: Derek M. Koch (from Monster Kid Radio), David Agranoff (author of Boot Boys of the Wolf Reich and co-author of Flesh Trade), Edward R. Morris (co-author of Flesh Trade), Victoria Price (daughter of Vincent Price), Jeff Strand (author and Stoker Awards emcee), James Beach (founder of Dark Discoveries magazine and now editing for Dark Regions Press), Lynne Hansen (young adult horror fiction author and director of He's Not Looking So Great and Chomp), Brian Keene (prolific author of The Rising and Ghoul and recipient of this year's Grandmaster Award), Jeff Burk (publisher of Deadite Press), Carlton Mellick III (bizarro fiction author of The Tick People and Adolf in Wonderland among many others), and White Jesus (known mainly for interrupting podcasts). There's songs as well! "Johnny Paranoid" by Sado-Nation, "Howling in the Streets" by Rat, "Face Down" by Monster Magnet, "New Dark Ages" by Bad Religion, "Sick Bubble Gum" by Rob Zombie, and "Morgue than Words" by Wednesday 13.
.: 2:31:21 :: 72.9 MB :: 19 May 2014 :.

350: Prepare for boobs. Yeah, you read that right. Greg Lamberson, the hardest working man in horror, stops by to pimp his new Kickstarter campaign for the upcoming horror comedy Killer Rack. He also has a ton of news about his fiction work, other directorial duties, and possible adaptations of them! But really, boobs! Then Luke and Desmond take a look at one of the more obscure Full Moon Horror films: Lurking Fear. Send feedback in this week to be entered to win an ebook of How the West Was Weird, volume 3 which features a story from yours truly, as well as several others. Check out Greg's Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gregorylamberson/killer-rack. But don't forget a Kickstarter for another upcoming anthology with one of Desmond's stories in it, the Lovecraft / fairy tale mash-up A Mythos Grimmly: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jerhoc/a-mythos-grimmly-a-lovecraftian-fairy-tale-mash-up. There's music on top of all this self-promotion, too! "Elizabeth" by Ghost, "Dangertits" by Brendon Small, "Birthright" by Samhain, and "Hang Em High" by Ghoultown.
.: 1:28:50 :: 42.9 MB :: 12 May 2014 :.

349: This episode gets weird and crazy pretty quick. First up, David Agranoff interviews author Cody Goodfellow at the 6th Annual BizarroCon about Lovecraft, Bizarro fiction, and unsung genre novels. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. provides a Stay Scary that is part man, part machine, all Manborg! Adam and Jeff have their Troma cherry popped when Desmond shows them Return to Nuke 'Em High Volume 1. All this and a whole whack of songs: "Goo Goo Much" by The Cramps, "Something Weird" by Zombina and the Skeletones, "Blood Machine" by Brocas Helm, "This is the last song I'll ever write / Gonna kill myself tonight" by Rape Door, and "Ain't it Fun" by The Dead Boys.
.: 1:35:43 :: 46.2 MB :: 05 May 2014 :.

348: Dread Media gets British again as we look at three films from the United Kingdom. First up, Adam, Jeff, and Desmond look at the cannibal family drama Frightmare. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at Hammer's The Nanny. Darryll stops by to take a look at the woefully misnamed The Flesh and Blood Show. There's tunes as well, British and otherwise: "Eat Me Alive" by Judas Priest, "The Clairvoyant" by Iron Maiden, "Little Things" by Baroness, "Blade on the Flesh, Blood on My Hands" by Skeletonwitch, and "Smiling Like a Killer" by Motorhead.
.: 1:11:50 :: 34.7 MB :: 28 April 2014 :.

347: Ti West has long been a favorite new filmmaker here at Dread Media. His films The House of the Devil and The Innkeepers each earned unanimous perfect scores. But what about his early films? This week, Desmond and Darryll review his first feature film The Roost, as well as his early student film Prey. Then, Adam and Jeff join Desmond to discuss the film Ti West tried to remove his name from: Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever. A ton of varied and great songs get a spin, too: "Look What the Bats Dragged In" by Wednesday 13, "Unknown Stuntman" by Lee Majors, "We are the Undead" by Cancer Bats, "Somebody Put Something in My Drink" by The Ramones, and "We Die Young" by Alice in Chains.
.: 1:13:56 :: 35.7 MB :: 21 April 2014 :.

346: This week's monster-size episode kicks off with an interview with James Palmer and Tom Deja from the Betrayal on Monster Earth anthology. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. covers the unique Frankenstein Conquers the World. The Kaiju craziness continues with Luke and Desmond trying to make heads or tails of Gammera the Invincible. There's some giant tunes as well: "Betrayal" by Halford, "Jotunn" by Tunguska Mammoth, "Gammera the Invincible Theme" by Wes Farrell, "The Gammera Song" by Mystery Science Theatre 3000, "Blood and Thunder" by Mastodon, and the episode of Lights Out entitled "Chicken Heart." RIP Ultimate Warrior.
.: 1:41:15 :: 48.8 MB :: 14 April 2014 :.

345: Let's take a step on the profane side as we interview Nicole Cushing about misanthropy, writing, and her new novella I Am the New God. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. feeds his addiction with the anthology film Tom Holland's Twisted Tales. Desmond then goes solo on reviews of the following comic book collections: Tales of Mr. Rhee, volume 1: Procreation (of the Wicked) from Devil's Due Entertainment and Bedlam, volume 2 from Image Comics. RIP to film producer and publicist Lewis Tice and Jason McCash from The Gates of Slumber. Tunes included: "(Devil's Grip) Driven Insane" by The Gates of Slumber, "Worship Me Like a God" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "Shock Wave" by Cathedral, "A Dying God Coming into Human Flesh" by Celtic Frost, and "The Regulator" by Clutch.
.: 1:43:14 :: 49.8 MB :: 07 April 2014 :.

344: This week on Dread Media we bend reality and pay tribute to the only alien conqueror that has been a guest on the podcast. Looking at three films that play with the concept of reality and meta-cinema, Desmond is joined by three different co-hosts for three different films: Darryll comes by to review Berberian Sound Studio, Devil Dinosaur Jr. goes solo on Targets, and Chris joins us for a look at Escape from Tomorrow. Then through song and memory we pay tribute to Dave Brockie (aka Oderus Urungus of GWAR) who passed away this week at the age of 50. Songs: "First Rule Is" by GWAR, "Our Darkest Sabbath" by Broadcast, "Lingers and Dies" by A Bullet for Fidel, "Disneyland" by The Meteors, and "Immortal Corrupter" by GWAR. RIP Dave Brockie, and Godspeed Oderus!
.: 1:44:45 :: 50.5 MB :: 31 March 2014 :.

343: Pack your bags, make sure you have some water and a flashlight, and for God's sake don't forget a map, because you know that you're going to get lost. This week, we go in depth on this theme as Adam, Desmond, and Jeff take a look at the Irish road trip flick In Fear. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews And Soon the Darkness. There's some tunes to keep you company on your journey, as well: "Drive Me to the Grave" by Pentagram, "Choose" by Stone Sour, "Country Roads" by Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, and "Psycho Holiday" by Pantera. Bon voyage!
.: 1:12:50 :: 35.2 MB :: 24 March 2014 :.

342: This week, Chris and Desmond ponder sexual repression, the validity of the moon landing, and the mystique that is Matthew McConaughey as they try not to get drawn too far into the labyrinth of Room 237. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. rings in his birthday with a review of the "classic" slasher Happy Birthday to Me. There's tunes as well: "I Won't Forget" by The Shining, "Everything in Focus" by Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson, "Wasted Years" by Iron Maiden, and "Mutations" by Mutation.
.: 1:41:23 :: 48.9 MB :: 17 March 2014 :.

DMP 41: What causes one host in this review of Constantine to tell the other to fuck off? What causes that same host to say it a second time? Hint: They both have to do with actors in the film, and neither of them are Keanu Reeves. If you're the kind of person who listens to movie reviews to just get a short synopsis of a film, skip to a little bit past minute 13.
.: 30:30 :: 14.8 MB :: 13 March 2014 :.

341: Imprisonment, obsession, and revenge are the focus of this feel-good hit of the winter podcast. First up, Desmond and Darryll try to figure out who the title is referring to in the recent film Prisoners. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr gets to the bottom of the Swedish revenge thriller Night Visitor in a new Stay Scary. There's some tunes, as well: "Two Little Girls" by King Diamond, "The Prisoner" by Iron Maiden, "Winter Sun" by Windhand, and "Obsession" by Killing Joke. Get in on the Facebook group contest as well!
.: 1:21:01 :: 39.1 MB :: 10 March 2014 :.

340: We've got a dose of supernatural madness this week as Darryll and Desmond review the now classic film The Entity. Devil Dinosaur Jr. follows along in the same theme with his coverage of The Possession of Joel Delaney. Finally, Desmond goes solo on a review of the HP Lovecraft-inspired audiobook-meets-film-score-mashup, Out of the Aeons: Music from a New Dark Age, volume 1. Music included: "Supernaturally" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Night Rape" by Huntress, "Haunted Heart" by Santeria, "Nyarlathotep" by Mars Homeworld featuring Doug Jones (from Out of the Aeons), and "Madness!" by Space God Ritual. Check out www.outoftheaeons.bandcamp.com!
.: 1:14:07 :: 35.8 MB :: 03 March 2014 :.

DMP 40: It's been a very long time since the last Dying in the Gutters, through technical difficulties and a lazy podcaster, but it will all be worth it when you discover what put Dracula on the No-Fly List. Marvel at Gene Colan's use of cheesecake! Wonder in amazement at Chris' alternate reality versions of these issues! Gasp in shock as Desmond and Chris disagree on the quality of a new supporting character! Cringe in discomfort over a discussion of Magical Negroes! All in our coverage of Giant-Size Dracula #5 and Tomb of Dracula #36-39.
.: 38:17 :: 18.6 MB :: 25 February 2014 :.

339: This grab bag episode is all over the place! First up, Adam and Jeff join Desmond to discuss what is sure to be considered a cinematic classic, covered in film school for ages to come: Sorority Party Massacre. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a review of the creepy genre classic, Tourist Trap, in a brand new Stay Scary. Finally, Darryll joins us for a conversation about a place that is near and dear to both hosts' hearts: The Great Canadian Video Network. It is closing down, so the two decided to have a bit of a tribute conversation about the place. All that and songs, too! "Blood Sisters" by Huntress, "Girls Go Chopping" by Lordi, "Mannequin's Complaint" by Guided By Voices, and "We'll Meet Again" by Johnny Cash.
.: 1:16:31 :: 37.0 MB :: 24 February 2014 :.

338: ¡Hola, bambinos! This week Dread Media takes a look at a very specific theme: Spanish-speaking horror films that take place in orphanages! We only have two films, but they're both excellent. First up, Desmond and Duane take an adoring look at Guillermo del Toro's passion-piece The Devil's Backbone. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary featuring a film by del Toro protege, JA Bayona: The Orphanage. There's some songs, too: "Mexican" by Helloween, "Body and Blood" by Ghost BC, "Children's Music" by ASG, and "Murder Ballad" by Gorky's Zygotic Mynci.
.: 1:01:23 :: 29.7 MB :: 17 February 2014 :.

337: Let's face it: when a murder happens, the police look at the victim's loved ones as suspects because a sad fact of life is that the ones that love us are the ones that kill us. This week, we explore that when Desmond and Duane look at the criminally underrated Stepfather. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the sequel, Stepfather II. Then Desmond gets modern as he takes a look at Scorned. Spurned lover songs right here: "Who's Your Daddy" by Lordi, "Come to Daddy" by The Dillinger Escape Plane w/ Mike Patton, "Never Less than Perfect" by Blutronia, "Creep" by The Afghan Whigs and "Killed by Love" by Alice Cooper.
.: 1:07:40 :: 32.7 MB :: 10 February 2014 :.

336: It's been six years since Tony Wash from Scotchworthy Productions joined us on Dread Media. This time he's here to talk about all manner of things, but most importantly his massive anthology project World of Death and his upcoming crime film High on the Hog. It's a huge conversation that is inspiring and refreshingly honest when it comes to today's independent film market. There's tunes as well: "Goo Goo Muck" by The Cramps, "Dead to the World" by Toxic Holocaust, "High on the Crime" by Turbonegro, and "5 Shots of Whiskey" by Hank Williams III. Check out what's going on at www.scotchworthy.com and www.facebook.com/worldofdeathfilm.
.: 1:53:02 :: 54.5 MB :: 03 February 2014 :.

335: Inheriting a legacy can be a great thing, but not if the legacy you inherit is one of death and terror. That's what we're looking at this week. The girl is troubled, but is it her fault or are her father's murderous inclinations speaking through her hands? Does an obsession with horror films lead the impressionable to murder? Can a man's mission to find his ancestor's creation lead to anything but death? All these questions are explored as Darryll and Desmond review the Hammer film Hands of the Ripper, Devil Dinosaur Jr. explores the under-appreciated 80s film Fade to Black, and Desmond goes solo on found-footage homage Frankenstein Theory. There's tunes from upstarts and legends of heavy metal this week as well: "Hands of the Ripper" by She's Still Dead, "The Ripper" by Judas Priest, "Fade To Black" by Metallica, "Frankenstein" by Iced Earth, and "Sins of the Father" by Black Sabbath.
.: 1:20:50 :: 39.0 MB :: 27 January 2014 :.

334: This week on Dread Media, Peter Giglio joins Desmond to talk about his brand new novel Lesser Creatures, editing anthologies, and adapting a master's short story to the screen. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. deliver a Stay Scary segment on the original When a Stranger Calls. There's tunes this week from: "Creatures of the Night" by The Creepshow, "Lesser Men" by Darkthrone, "Hanging on the Phone" by Blondie, and "Beyond the Realms of Death" by Judas Priest.
.: 1:16:42 :: 37.0 MB :: 20 January 2014 :.

333: Take a seat. Don't worry about the leather straps digging into your arms. I won't pull them too tight. I would hate to waste all your pain on the straps. I've got something much worse in mind for you. Listening to this episode of chair-torture-themed films! First up, a solo review of the brand new Israeli dark comedy / crime thriller Big Bad Wolves. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at Hostel. Adam and Luke join Desmond to discuss Danielle Harris's directorial debut, Among Friends. There's tunes as well! "Dread Media" by Early Man, "Little Red Riding Hood" by Murder by Death, "The Mercy Seat" by Johnny Cash, "5 Seconds" by Shortie, "All my Friends are Dead" by Turbonegro, and "The Chair" by The 69 Eyes.
.: 1:19:54 :: 38.6 MB :: 13 January 2014 :.

332: Sharpen your machete, work on your cardio, and get in the mood to hate some drugs, booze, and premarital sex because it's a slasher themed episode of Dread Media! The local gang (Adam, Desmond, Jeff, and Luke) take a gander at the now-classic supervillain team-up movie, Freddy vs. Jason. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. presents a Stay Scary on a recent Swedish take on the genre: Blood Runs Cold. Finally, Desmond goes solo on a review of a genre homage: Hatchet III. There's some killer tunes as well: "The Biggest Killer in American History" by Bad Religion, "Slash N' Burn" by Manic Street Preachers, "Snowblind" by Black Sabbath, "Hail, Genocide!" by Gwar, and "They Can't Kill Us All" by Abolitionist.
.: 1:03:42 :: 30.8 MB :: 06 January 2014 :.

331: Santa's not the only one with a naughty list this week, as Dread Media pays tribute to the burgeoning genre career of Ben Wheatley! First up, Desmond and Duane take on the paramilitary / pagan mash-up Kill List. Devil Dinosaur Jr. jumps in with the first of two Stay Scaries with a review of A Field in England. Adam and Luke join Desmond for a review of 5 Souls, a film that has nothing to do with Ben Wheatley but also contains a list of people to kill. Devil Dinosaur Jr. returns to discuss Sightseers. There's also tons of tunes this week: "Shitlist" by L7, "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" by AC/DC, "Chernobyl" by Blank Mass, "Leave My Soul Alone" by Mercyful Fate, "The Power of Love" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and "Ritual" by Ghost.
.: 1:19:08 :: 38.2 MB :: 30 December 2013 :.

330: The War on Christmas is bloody and mindless this year as Dread Media celebrates its sixth ghoultide! First up, Adam, Desmond, and Jeff try to make sense of 1980's Christmas Evil (aka You Better Watch Out). Then, perhaps a little stressed over not being able to stomach a complete run through last year, Devil Dinosaur Jr. opens two horrible presents: Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation and Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker. And of course, Dread Media always delivers on the finest Christmas Carols: "Reggae Christmas Eve in Transylvania" by Count Floyd (aka Joe Flaherty), "Frozen Corpse Stuffed with Holiday Cheer" by Agoraphobic Nosebleed, "Heavy Metal Christmas" by Twisted Sister, "Silent Night" by Christopher Lee, and, of course, "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns.
.: 1:08:05 :: 32.9 MB :: 23 December 2013 :.

329: Desmond is nothing, if not a family man, and this week the episode focuses on horror films that center around the family. First, in a change of format, Desmond goes solo on a review of the brand new Mexican film, Here Comes the Devil. Then Adam and Jeff join him for a review of Nothing Left to Fear. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on Crucible of Horror. All this, plus feedback and music: "We Destroy the Family" by Fear, "The Devil in Mexico" by Murder By Death, "Right Next Door to Hell" by Guns N' Roses, "Rotting Out" by The Descendants, and "Welcome to the Family" by Avenged Sevenfold.
.: 1:14:41 :: 36.1 MB :: 16 December 2013 :.

328: By Crom! This week we pay homage to some of the creations of legendary pulp writer Robert E. Howard. First up, Darryll and Desmond discuss the Puritan-turned-reluctant-avenger: Solomon Kane. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. steps in to present a review of the similarly themed, but non-Howard property Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. Desmond returns with a solo review of 2011's Conan the Barbarian! There's some barbarically violent heavy metal to go along with this menu of massacres as well: "Stone Loner" by Owl, "Puritan Ossuary" by Vit, "White Witch" by Savatage, "Zamora" by Crom, and "The Frost Giant's Daughter" by The Sword. Enjoy!
.: 1:24:29 :: 40.8 MB :: 09 December 2013 :.

327: It's Mediocre Zombie Movie Monday! Join us as a huge gaggle of people discuss flesh-eating flicks that missed the mark. First up, Desmond and Duane take a look at how far Uncle George Romero has fallen with his latest outing: Survival of the Dead. Then, Adam, Jeff, and Luke join Desmond to look at the high school John Hughes ripoff Detention of the Dead. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a review of the "classic" Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things in this week's Stay Scary. On top of all that, the listeners weigh in on some of their favorite shitty zombie movies that they like anyway! There's even songs, too! "Pity the Dead" by Bad Religion, "Zombie Graveyard Party" by Be Your Own Pet, "Detention Mosh Session" by Municipal Waste, "Night of the Living Dead" by The Misfits, and "Zombie" by Vestiges. Brainsssss!
.: 1:07:02 :: 32.4 MB :: 02 December 2013 :.

326: Get all sleazy, maniacal, and "coppy" with us this week! First up, Adam, Jeff, and Auxence join Desmond for a review of what might be the finest action / horror film ever made: Maniac Cop 2! Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. steps in to class the place up with a Stay Scary on the recent remake of Maniac starring Elijah Wood. Then the gang returns, sans Adam, to discuss Maniac Cop 3. We're not screwing around. There's songs, too: "Maniac" by Firewind, "Pigs Will Pay (All Cops Are Bad, You Know)" by Propagandhi, "Juno" by Rob & Chloe Alper, "The Badge" by Pantera, and "Cop Killer" by Bodycount.
.: 1:18:21 :: 37.8 MB :: 25 November 2013 :.

325: In this classic format episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews author of Corrosion and publisher at New Pulp Press, Jon Bassoff. Then, following up on unreliable narrators, Duane joins Desmond to discuss Jennifer Lynch's film Surveillance. Then, Jeff Strand and Lynne Hansen give us their experience at the Buffalo Dreams Film Festival as both spectator and filmmaker. There's also music: "What You Despise is What You've Become" by Corrosion of Conformity, "No Hero" by The Offspring, "Private Eye" by Alkaline Trio, "When the Screams Come" by Pentagram, and "The Liars are Burning" by Toxic Holocaust. Check Jon Bassof out at www.jonbassoff.com and www.newpulppress.com.
.: 1:41:53 :: 49.1 MB :: 18 November 2013 :.

324: Radical! Dread Media gets all 80s on you in this tubular episode as Darryll and Desmond deconstruct the hobosploitation / slime-gore epic Street Trash. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at everybody's favorite blowtorch-wielding vigilante in Exterminator 2, as well as the other three films in Shout Factory's Action Packed Movie Marathon DVD release: Cyclone, Alienator, and Eye of the Tiger. Also, pop these tunes into your Walkman and give them a listen: "You're Cut Off" by Municipal Waste, "Hooch" by The Melvins, "Burnin' for You" by Blue Oyster Cult, and "Eighties" by Killing Joke.
.: 1:05:32 :: 31.7 MB :: 11 November 2013 :.

323: Warning: The podcast you are about to listen to contains scenes of a sexual nature, extreme violence, Satanism, and Tom Hanks crying in a phone booth. This week, we take a look at bad influences in media. Films, video games, comic books, and rock music have all been blamed for society's ills. On this episode we're examining some of those. Desmond and Darryll team-up on a film that explores the bad influence a sinister song can have on the women of the world: The Lords of Salem. In a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the animated adaptation of a comic book that was partially blamed for the Aurora theatre shooting, and is often blamed for the darkness of comics in the 1980s and 90s: The Dark Knight Returns. Then, in a wild condemnation of role-playing games, Tom Hanks, in his first starring role, overacts his way to Damien and Desmond's hearts as they review Mazes and Monsters. The songs this week run from those inspired by the subject to soundtrack items, protest songs, and even those deemed obscene to the PMRC: "The Lords Theme" by John 5 and Griffin Boice, "Crushing the Ritual" by Leviathan the Fleeing Serpent (AKA Rob Zombie and John 5), "The Darkest One" by The Tragically Hip, "Startin' Up a Posse" by Anthrax, and "Into the Coven" by Mercyful Fate.
.: 1:42:14 :: 49.3 MB :: 04 November 2013 :.

322: This week Tom Deja joins Desmond to talk about his brand new novel Shadow Legion: New Roads To Hell, and about three million other things. Then, listener Chad calls in a short review to a recent live show he saw of the classic giallo film scoring prog-rock machine Goblin! There's plenty of tunes to be had as well: "Nocturne in D Minor" by Holy Grail, "Rosenrot" by Rammstein, "Zaratozom (aka Shriek)" by Goblin, and "Heroes from Our Past" by The Dropkick Murphys. Visit Tom at www.welcometonocturne.blogspot.com.
.: 1:20:12 :: 38.7 MB :: 28 October 2013 :.

321: Recorded in Desmond Reddick's basement, where life is cheap, Dread Media goes taboo! First up, Darryll joins us to discuss the recent Blu-ray release of notorious exploitation sleaze flick, Snuff. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at Hardcore. There's also a bunch of news on events, contests, and upcoming Dread Media stuff, so strap in, not on, and listen! Also, there's songs that may or may not be profane: "Vicinity of Obscenity" by System of a Down, "Snuff" by Slipknot, "Calling Dr. Love" by KISS, and "I Want to Fuck You to Death" by Huntress.
.: 1:09:58 :: 33.8 MB :: 21 October 2013 :.

320: This week, Greg Lamberson returns for his Annual Halloween Season Fireside Chat! As always, Greg has a bunch of irons in the fire from his writing (Storm Demon, Scaremonger, The Frenzy Wolves, and The Julian Year TREEbook) to the films he's involved in (Dry Bones, The Legend of Six Fingers, possibly Carnage Road, and more)! On top of all that, he's also running the Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival! We also talk about conventions, passion projects and prosthetic boobs. Songs included: "Succubus" by Floodriders, "Three Fingers" by Buckethead, and "The Road Behind" by Gwar.
.: 1:20:00 :: 38.6 MB :: 14 October 2013 :.

319: In this episode of Dread Media, a new co-host joins the gang in a show dedicated to new releases. First up, Jeff, Brittney, Luke, and Auxence join Desmond for a lengthy discussion of found footage anthology sequel V/H/S/2. Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a Stay Scary based on the new creature feature, Frankenstein's Army. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of the WWE / Pathe Films bloody revenge piece, No One Lives. The following songs get some play as well: "New Religion" by Black Label Society, "Cult of Suffering" by M-19, "Feed My Frankenstein" by Alice Cooper, "One of Us is the Killer" by The Dillinger Escape Plan, and "A New Day" by Volbeat.
.: 1:27:00 :: 42.0 MB :: 07 October 2013 :.

318: Dans cette episode du Dread Media, nous regardons trois filmes d'horreur de France. Dans une du deux editions du Stay Scary, Duane examine Frontiere(s). Ensuite, Desmond et Duane passe en revue de Mutants. Enfin Duane retourne pour un deuxieme Stay Scary a parler de Livide. Aussi, nous avons les chansons: "Games Without Fronties" par The Dino Haak Collective, "New Song" par Nuclear Assault, "Mutants of War" par Municipal Waste, "Vivid Red" par The Misfits, et "French Immersion" par Cancer Bats.
.: 58:20 :: 28.2 MB :: 30 September 2013 :.

317: Things get haunted this week as Brittney, Desmond, and Jeff take in a viewing of The Conjuring. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. plays The Stone Tape in a brand new Stay Scary. And Jeff returns to discuss A Haunting at Silver Falls with Desmond and Luke. Howsabout some haunted tunes? "Playing with Dolls" by Slayer, "The Noose" by A Perfect Circle, "The Evil That Men Do" by Hellsongs, "Over the Falls" by Primus, and "Came Back Haunted" by Nine Inch Nails.
.: 1:26:59 :: 42.0 MB :: 23 September 2013 :.

316: Your host doesn't like being around a lot of people. He's pretended to be sick so he doesn't have to go to parties before. So naturally, it makes sense to cover some mob mentality films. First up, Desmond and Darryll take a look at Breck Eisner's remake of The Crazies. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. inspects what happens to crowds of people in natural disasters in the recent release, Aftershock. Desmond returns with Jeff and Brittney to get crazy on The Demented. There's also some crazy songs! "The Mob Rules" by Black Sabbath, "(Sic)" by Slipknot, "Panda" by Astro, "Infected Nation" by Evile, and "The Mob Goes Wild" by Clutch.
.: 1:19:31 :: 38.4 MB :: 16 September 2013 :.

315: But if you're thinkin' bout watchin' movies, it don't matter if they're black and white! Kick off Earth-2.net's Black & White Week here on Dread Media with a relatively all-encompassing view of all eras and styles of black and white horror cinema. First up, Chris joins Desmond to discuss the German Expressionist film The Hands of Orlac. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary segment dedicated to the Universal horror film starring Lugosi and Karloff called The Black Cat. Then Damien joins Desmond to try and come to terms with the avant-garde film Begotten. There are some monochromatic tunes to help carry you through the episode as well: "White Hats, Black Hats" by Tomahawk, "Cut Off Your Hands" by Fit for Rivals, "Afterworld" by Tiger Army, "God Called in Sick Today" by AFI, and "Dreams in Monochrome" by Evadne.
.: 1:29:31 :: 43.2 MB :: 09 September 2013 :.

314: It's a punk-cult movie week here at Dread Media! So fuck the man and listen to Desmond and Darryll drunkenly stumble through a review of the classic Alex Cox cult film Repo Man. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a straightedge look at Class of 1984. There's punk tunes to be had as well, jerk! But I'm not going to tell you what they are because that's so mainstream... oh, you expected me to say that? Fuck you, then! "Let's Go Do Some Crimes" by XXX Smut, "Let's Have a War" by Fear, "Potential Suicide" by Black Market Baby, and "When the Shit Hits the Fan" by Circle Jerks. Up yours!
.: 58:21 :: 28.2 MB :: 02 September 2013 :.

313: It's a special episode dealing with disability, disfigurement, and justice. Bear with me! I have a hedgehog! First up, Desmond and Chris dissect a film that has the guy from CSI track down a serial killer with a hairlip: Manhunter. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. creeps us all out with a review of the batshit crazy film The Baby. Then Desmond comes back with the Read a Book segment with a vengeance! Three books he happened to read in a row that deal with disfigured heroes trying to save damsels in distress: Knuckleduster by Andrew Post, Storm Demon by Gregory Lamberson, and Ugly As Sin by James Newman. There's some beautifully disfigured tunes for your warped ears, too: "Killing the Dragon" by Dio, "The Mirror and the Ripper" by Volbeat, "I Don't Want to Grow Up" by The Ramones, "God Loves Ugly" by Atmosphere, and "Blood Money" by Eyehategod. RIP Joey Lacaze.
.: 1:20:03 :: 38.6 MB :: 26 August 2013 :.

312: G'day! Join Dread Media as we celebrate the cinema and music of the craziest of continents on this earth: Australia! First up, Duane and Desmond take The Loved Ones to the prom. Then Duane has some Nightmares. But Darryll has The Proposition for Desmond, and it is likely to include alcohol. When doesn't it? And in a themed episode first, all of the songs come from Australia! "Sad Dark Eyes" by The Loved Ones, "Idols and Anchors" by Parkway Drive, "Growing Up (Falling Down)" by The Living End, "Brother, My Cup Is Empty" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, and "Headfirst from a Hangman's Noose" by I Killed the Prom Queen. Please support the show by donating with the Paypal link at www.dreadmedia.com (Australian Dollars accepted).
.: 1:19:55 :: 38.6 MB :: 19 August 2013 :.

311: Warning: The following podcast is not responsible if your earbuds are telling you to do... terrible things. Desmond and Duane devote this episode to the discussion of the epic highs and the brutal, crushing stupidity of the first three films in the Amityville Horror series. Discussed are The Amityville Horror, Amityville II: The Possession, and Amityville 3-D. Well, they try to discuss the third film. There's some haunted tunes for your enjoyment as well: "Listen to the Flies" by Helloween, "Get the Fuck Outta Dodge" by Public Enemy, "This House is Haunted" by Alice Cooper, and "Haunted Hunted" by Christian Mistress. Help the show by donating by using the Paypal button at www.dreadmedia.com!
.: 1:23:33 :: 40.3 MB :: 12 August 2013 :.

310: It's axe-wielding presidents, motorcycle-riding priests, and gunslingers who have to kill men twice in this episode of action / horror antiheroes! Megan joins Desmond for an out of the blue review of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Devil Dinosaur Jr. looks at the post-apocalyptic Priest. Then Desmond goes solo on the Wesley Snipes weird Western, Gallowwalkers. Seriously, what more do you need? Oh! Songs? We got those, too. "Abraham Lincoln" by Clutch, "President Dead" by Marilyn Manson, "Night Crawler" by Judas Priest, "The Gallows is God" by The Distillers, and "Zero the Hero" by Godflesh. Enjoy!
.: 1:17:26 :: 37.4 MB :: 05 August 2013 :.

309: Blimey! We're British again this week! Ironically celebrate the birth of the future king with us by listening to Darryll and Desmond review Scum. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a Stay Scary segment on the television show Beasts. We apologize for the audio in the intro and outro segments this week as we thought we had it all pegged, but there appears to be a problem we're going to work through. Regardless, it's a great show with some great songs too: "Heir to the Chaos Throne" by Three Inches of Blood, "Institutionalized" by Suicidal Tendencies, "Chew" by Jello Biafra & Nomeansno, and "Monarchy Zoo" by Doom.
.: 1:09:21 :: 33.5 MB :: 29 July 2013 :.

308: Brace yourselves! It's the first episode of Dread Media produced on the brand new computer you, the listeners, helped to buy! So, naturally (and so completely randomly and unintentionally we don't even mention it in the audio of the show itself) we chose a film to kick off the show that tells you not to trust technology. Duane and Desmond review a modern apocalyptic masterpiece, The Signal. Then, Desmond goes solo on two reviews of DVDs from eOne Entertainment: Bullet to the Head and 13 Eerie. And even though he's far from nowhere, in an episode where he makes two appearances, Duane gives us a Stay Scary of the South Korean action revenge flick The Man from Nowhere. There's a ton of rocking tunes, too: "This World Can't Tear Us Apart" by Trivium, "The Day Everything Became Nothing" by Nomeansno, "Bullet in the Head" by Rage Against the Machine, "From Out of Nowhere" by Faith No More, and "I Love My Computer" by Bad Religion. If you can, please help us pay off the rest of the computer by visiting www.dreadmedia.com and donating!
.: 1:19:39 :: 38.5 MB :: 22 July 2013 :.

307: It's a last minute Roadkill Review this week as Darryll and Desmond check out Guillermo del Toro's latest flick, Pacific Rim. Then, because he has changed the topic for this week's episode three times in the past four days, Devil Dinosaur Jr. punishes Desmond by reviewing a film that's very difficult to say: Karate-Robo Zaborgar. It's giant robot action, baby! All this, plus your feedback and the following kickass tunes: "Seabeast" by Mastodon, "March to the Sea" by Baroness, "Karate Man" by The Super Friendz, and "In Defense of Humans" by Fugazi. Consider donating to the show at www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:18:16 :: 37.8 MB :: 15 July 2013 :.

306: This week, there's a selection of 1970s films and modern comic books. Jeff joins Desmond to review The Town that Dreaded Sundown. Devil Dinosaur Jr. checks out the non-Hammer, but still very Hammer-ish Nothing but the Night. Then Desmond returns to review four trade paper backs: Clive Barker's Hellraiser: Blood Communion, Clive Barker's Hellraiser: The Road Below, Freaks' Amour, and Bedlam. There's also a bevy of tunes: "Phantom Killer Attack" by FKU, "Life After Sundown" by Ghoutown, "I Say That I Will Go" by Nina Nastasia, "Redemption City" by Corrosion of Conformity, and "Offernatt" by Kvelertak. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:21:17 :: 39.2 MB :: 08 July 2013 :.

305: This week, we welcome actress, screenwriter, director, and comic book writer Brea Grant to the show to talk about her apocalyptic directorial debut: Best Friends Forever. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. has a lot of trouble kicking his anthology film addiction in a Stay Scary of Trapped Ashes. Some tunes as well: "You're My Best Friend" by The Melvins featuring Caleb Benjamin of Tweak Birds, "Fansong" by Dethklok, "Burnt Offerings" by Testament, and "Maniac" by The Meteors. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:15:55 :: 36.7 MB :: 01 July 2013 :.

304: This week we're celebrating Hammer's later more "original" era. Gone are the days of new interpretations of Universal Monsters, and ushered in are the modern man-as-monsters films like the ones Duane and Desmond covered this week: The Devil Rides Out, Straight on till Morning, and Rasputin the Mad Monk. There are some epic Hammer tunes this week, as well: "Luciferian Blood Covenant" by Death Wolf, "The Devil Rides Out (Remix)" by Fantomas, "Rainbow in the Dark" by Dio, "Sexual Healing" by Dope, and "Let Legend Mark Me as the King" by Christopher Lee. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:16:42 :: 37.0 MB :: 24 June 2013 :.

303: The time is right to celebrate the big, hairy man in all of our lives: Bigfoot! First off, Darryll stops by to join Desmond for a review of the straight-to-video B movie Abominable. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a Stay Scary on the bikersploitation / Sasquatch epic Dear God No! Also, there are songs: "El Phantasmo and the Chicken-Run Blast-O-Rama" by White Zombie, "The Yeti" by Clutch, "Sexy Swimmin' Hole" by Syrup, and "Bigfoot" by The Worth. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:08:44 :: 33.2 MB :: 17 June 2013 :.

DMP 39: Dread Reel-ief is back, and this time the Commonwealth Crew are here to talk about British music genres that don't exist, country magicians, TBS Superstation, Convoy, and Nazis on the moon! Oh yeah, they also talk a little bit about a very influential comic book movie of the horror persuasion: Blade.
.: 24:12 :: 11.8 MB :: 13 June 2013 :.

302: School's almost out, but we ain't done learnin' ya! First period sees Adam, Brittney, Jeff, and Luke all present as they join Desmond for a review of The ABCs of Death. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at an overzealous intellectual father and his educational mannequin in Pin. There's tunes, too! "ABCDEath" by Psychostick, "Bloodletters" by Tombs, "Little Sister" by Queens of the Stone Age, and "Take Your Back to School Sale and Shove It" by Howard Kremer. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com if you can, and make sure to listen to the end of the show for a special tribute to one of our co-hosts.
.: 1:26:44 :: 41.9 MB :: 10 June 2013 :.

301: It's the impromptu theme of female-centric surgery / body modification this week. You know, that ol' gem! First up, Darryll returns to embark on a Roadkill Review of Jovanka Vuckovic's Captured Bird and the Soska Twins' American Mary. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. cuts into Excision in a brand new Stay Scary. Jeff joins Desmond to dissect a young woman's dysfunctional relationship with her own tattoo in Comforting Skin. Some songs to rock your body: "Body and Blood" by Ghost BC, "Mary Get Your Knife" by pageninetynine, "Wild Failure" by White Lung, "Tattoo" by Abolitionist, and "Cut Off Your Hands" by Fit for Rivals. Please consider donating to www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:29:14 :: 43.1 MB :: 03 June 2013 :.

300: Join us to celebrate 300 episodes of Dread Media as we pay tribute to the Godfather of Italian Genre Cinema: Mario Bava! For having such a huge influence on the art form, he's been relatively under-represented on the show, and boy are we going to change that this week! To kick things off, the boss himself, Michael David Sims, joins us to talk about Black Sunday. Then Adam, Jeff, and Luke stop by to talk about the comedic proto-giallo The Girl Who Knew Too Much. Duane, of course, suggested an anthology film as he joins Desmond to review Black Sabbath. Darryll comes back to divert the genre over to a Viking epic as he helps us come to terms with Knives of the Avenger. Lastly, the show doesn't feel complete without a Stay Scary segment, so Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a doozy as he looks at the awesome but mis-titled Kill, Baby... Kill! Damien's back to look at the bizarre fiance-killersploitation flick Hatchet for the Honeymoon. And, finally, Chris is back to check out the prototypical slasher film A Bay of Blood (aka Twich of the Death Nerve). There's a ton of songs, too! "Godfather" by Fantomas, "Burn the Witch" by Queens of the Stone Age, "Bear Witness" by Doomriders, "Black Sabbath" by Black Sabbath, "The Wild Rover" by Tyr, "Sorceress" by Angel Witch, "Electric Flower" by The Melvins, "Last Will and Testament" by The Burning Hell, and "Monday Morning" by Pulp. Thanks so much for listening. Please donate, if you can, to www.dreadmedia.com. Here's to 300 more!
.: 3:31:29 :: 101.7 MB :: 27 May 2013 :.

299: Weird towns, angels, and teenage... shenanigans are all the subjects that pop up on this week's episode. First, Chris and Desmond take on the recent Netflix production of Eli Roth's Hemlock Grove. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. stops by to scrape off the Blood on Satan's Claw in a brand new Stay Scary! Songs included: "Small Town Boy" by Paradise Lost, "Cypress Grove" by Clutch, "Angelamania" by The Browns, and "Creature of Desire" by Visigoth. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:52:01 :: 54.0 MB :: 20 May 2013 :.

298: It seems we pay tribute to the great HP Lovecraft every few months or so here on Dread Media. It's simply a testament to the impact he's had on the genre. Or maybe it's because I have lost my mind and can't get him out of my head! We take a look at two very different Stuart Gordon adaptations and a documentary this week. First, Jeff and Luke join Desmond to look at the classic Re-Animator. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. checks out the documentary Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown. Then Brittney joins the three fellas from the first review to look at Dagon. We listen to some Lovecraftian tunes full of non-Euclidean geometry as well: "Release the Kraken" by Clutch, "Reanimator" by The Browns, "The Wait" by Metallica, "The Innsmouth Look" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, and "Cthulhu" by Beastwars. RIP Ray Harryhausen. Please consider donating to www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:27:53 :: 42.4 MB :: 13 May 2013 :.

297: Celebrate Mother's Day Dread Media style! This week, Brittney, Jeff, and Luke join Desmond to kick things off with a review of the feral-children-meets-vengeful-spirit film, Mama. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a Stay Scary segment on the classic Troma film Mother's Day. To top it all off, who better to talk to in an episode paying tribute to the mothers in our lives than by having a fun conversation with Mama Dread? There's a bunch of mother-loving tunes too: "DDAMM" by Slayer, "I Saw Your Mommy" by Suicidal Tendencies, "Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight?" by Bouncing Souls, "Mama" by My Chemical Romance, and "22 Acacia Avenue" by Iron Maiden. RIP Jeff Hanneman. Please consider donating to keep the show going at www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:15:44 :: 36.6 MB :: 06 May 2013 :.

296: Double, double, toil and trouble! This week Dread Media gives you a triumvirate of witch-themed movies. But what ghastly spell has two of your three co-hosts singing? Listen to find out! Duane and Desmond take a stroll in The Woods. Duane comes back in a Stay Scary to tell you to Burn, Witch, Burn! Luke pops in at the end to help Desmond take his chances on The Wicked. All this and songs! "Angel Witch" by Angel Witch, "Sorceress" by 45 Grave, "As Wicked" by Rancid, and "You Must Be A Witch" by Stiv Bators. Please consider donating to the new computer fund: www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:28:17 :: 42.6 MB :: 29 April 2013 :.

295: Desmond and Darryll are back from the Fan Expo Vancouver, and this episode has the audio to prove it! We interview people from film, publishing, and comics. Young upstarts and wizened masters of their craft. The Twisted Twins, Jen and Sylvia Soska, are back again to talk about conventions, growing up the "weird girls," and their new film American Mary. David Prowse talks to us about playing Darth Vader in the Star Wars films and working on several Hammer Horror films. Robin Bougie from Cinema Sewer joins us to talk exploitation cinema and hot grandmas. Artist Jason Copland stops by to talk about Kickstarting the printed version of his popular webcomic Kill All Monsters. We talk with artist Nat Jones of Image Comics' '68 about the resurgence of Vietnam in film and literature and Frank Frazetta. Finally, the master of modern realism in comic books, Neal Adams, tolerates Desmond's fanboy drooling for several minutes! There's songs too! "Along Comes Mary" by The Bloodhound Gang, "Violent Pornography" by System of a Down, "Abominator" by Doyle, "Dead Man in My Bed" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, and "Fear Death by Water" by Sixty Watt Shaman. Please consider donating to Dread Media at www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:16:46 :: 37.1 MB :: 22 April 2013 :.

294: In the week leading up to Fan Expo Vancouver, which we here at Dread Media will be attending, we present two great interviews and a review this episode! First up, we talk crushes, evading park rangers, and American Mary with the Twisted Twins themselves, Jen and Sylvia Soska! Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. mines the depths of a mysterious tunnel in a Stay Scary review of Absentia. Finally, Ken Loree stops by to chat about getting beaten up by Jean-Claude Van Damme, setting his friends on fire, and donning the mask as Michael Myers. On top of that, there are tons of great tunes: "Is It My Body?" by The 69 Eyes, "Bloody Mary" by Gwar, "Nowhere" by Therapy?, "Gimme Some More" by Busta Rhymes, and "Body Parts and Power Drills" by Dead Again. Please consider donating to Dread Media at www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:18:04 :: 37.7 MB :: 15 April 2013 :.

293: It's an Aquatic Animal Attack Special this week on Dread Media! First up, Adam, Desmond, and Luke review the 1978 Joe Dante film Piranha. Then, in a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. ponders orgies and animal activism in the Italian Jaws ripoff Tintorera: Killer Shark. Jeff joins Adam, Luke, and Desmond as they take a look at the modern Australian effort: Rogue. Some sea chanties for you: "Animal" by Mindless Self Indulgence, "Fish" by The Damned, "Fast as a Shark" by Accept, "Alligator Chomp (The Ballad of Martin Luther Frog Jr.)" by Shooter Jennings, and "Pain is Like an Animal" by Danzig. Please consider donating to Dread Media so that we can continue to offer you the show on a weekly basis: www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:12:22 :: 35.0 MB :: 08 April 2013 :.

292: Dread Media celebrates Easter Weekend the only way they know how: sacrilegiously! First up, it took the Gospel of Luke and Desmond to connect a black comedy about a resurrected killer clown to Jesus in their review of Stitches. Then, something goes horribly wrong when Devil Dinosaur Jr. tries to learn the stations of the cross and accidentally comes across a case of Stigmata. Now, turn to the hymnal and sing along to the following: "Cruci-Fiction in Space" by Marilyn Manson, "Three for Flinching (Revenge of the Porno Clowns)" by The Dillinger Escape Plan, "Stigmata" by Ministry, and "Ashes of Resurrection" by Strychnia. Amen. Donate at www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:03:56 :: 30.9 MB :: 01 April 2013 :.

291: It's a grab bag of gory goodness this week as Desmond, Adam, Jeff, and new co-host Brittney take a look at the British horror / sci-fi film Storage 24. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delves into the insanity that is Jean Rollin's Demoniacs in a brand new Stay Scary. Then, Darryll's back once again as he joins us to discuss the weird Romero-homage film Mimesis. The following tunes get a spin as well: "Horror Show" by Powerman 5000, "Hangar 18" by Megadeth, "Shipwrecked" by Alestorm, "Night of the Loving Dead" by Lordi, and "Who Will Help Me Bake This Bread?" by Propagandhi. Donate at www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:26:42 :: 41.8 MB :: 25 March 2013 :.

290: In an episode dedicated solely to the year 1932, Desmond is so blown away by the listeners' generosity that he bursts into song before getting into the bulk of the show. Up next, Chris joins us for a review of James Whale's Old Dark House. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary segment on The Ghoul. (Technically it was released in 1933, but who's counting?) Then Adam, Jeff, and Desmond share laughs and adoration over the new Blu-ray release of the Bela Lugosi-vehicle White Zombie. There's songs too! "Horror" by Voivod, "Crazy" by Mushroomhead, "Ghouls Night Out" by Goldfinger, "Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Nouvelle Vague, and "Hallowed Be Thy Name" by Iron Maiden. RIP Clive Burr. Donate at www.dreadmedia.com.
.: 1:54:04 :: 55.0 MB :: 18 March 2013 :.

289: After delivering a State of the Podcast address, Desmond is joined by a gaggle of co-hosts to review a bunch of films. Adam, Jeff, and Desmond are here to review Sick Boy. Devil Dinosaur Jr. has a review of Bloody Birthday in this week's Stay Scary segment. And Chris joins Desmond to review a film they both helped Kickstart: Scream Park. On top of that, there's songs! "Help Me" by Emigrate, "Sick Boys" by Social Distortion, "The Birthday Song" by Jon Lajoie, "Abusement Park" by Municipal Waste, and "Which Side Are You On?" by Panopticon. Happy birthday, Duane! Please donate to the new computer fund: www.dreadmedia.com/STORE_SUPPORT.html.
.: 1:23:37 :: 39.9 MB :: 11 March 2013 :.

288: Just to make sure things don't get boring, this week's theme is slightly specific: foreign horror / sci-fi films! First up, Adam joins Desmond for a review of the Korean futuristic anthology film Doomsday Book. Then Duane and Desmond take a look at the morose Swiss space travel film Cargo. Then Desmond goes solo on the latest Eclipse Series box set from Criterion called When Horror Came to Shochiku, which contains the following obscure Japanese horror / sci-fi flicks: The X From Outer Space; Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell; The Living Skeleton; and Genocide. There's some science fictiony tunes to check out as well: "Let the End Begin" by Ancient VVisdom, "Don't Open 'Til Doomsday" by The Misfits, "Into the Void" by Nine Inch Nails, "Skeletons of Society" by Hellsongs, and "Science Gone Too Far" by The 69 Eyes.
.: 1:32:38 :: 44.7 MB :: 04 March 2013 :.

DMP 38: Two guys whose voices you'll recognize sit around laughing at the titles of pornos and making fun of music videos. A healthy appreciation for the female form. Copyright laws possibly being broken? Is this an episode of Beavis and Butt-Head? Nope! The Commonwealth Crew is back in Women in Horror Month to pay their respects to one of the greatest female horror comics characters in their coverage of Jim Wynorski's well-intentioned but indescribably inadequate comic book horror film Vampirella. Good lord! There are no words.
.: 26:30 :: 12.9 MB :: 28 February 2013 :.

287: On the eve of major dental surgery, Desmond presents some great reviews of horror media! First up, Desmond is joined by Adam, Jeff, and Luke to review the Columbian military horror film The Squad. Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the odd Monster Dog in a brand new Stay Scary. Then Desmond returns to go solo on a review of the British horror anthology television series Chiller. Don't forget feedback and tunes: "Death or Victory" by Ancient VVisdom, "Matando Gueros 97" by Brujeria, "Devil's Food" and "The Black Widow" by Alice Cooper, "The Prophet" by Iron Maiden, and "Teeth & Tissue" by The Headstones.
.: 1:18:11 :: 37.7 MB :: 25 February 2013 :.

286: This week, Dread Media commemorates Women in Horror Month by celebrating some "womanly" films, and by tipping the hat to some of Desmond's favorite female horror comic characters and badass rock chicks! First up, Desmond's own personal favorite woman in horror, Megan, joins him for a review of the lesbian werewolf flick Jack and Diane. In a double shot of Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. covers the novella and film version of The Woman by Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee. Darryll returns to appropriately talk about some lovely ladies of Hammer Films in a review of Twins of Evil. How about some tantalizing terror tunes? All right: "Girl in a Coma" by Fit for Rivals, "I Kissed a Girl" by The Vibrators, "Patient Satellite" by Sean Spillane, "Dad" by Nomeansno, "Mental Twin" by Entombed, and "Girl Talk" by The Donnas.
.: 1:11:11 :: 34.4 MB :: 18 February 2013 :.

285: What's that on your iPod? Is it a song? Is it an audiobook? Why, it's Dread Media! And in this gritty superhero-themed episode, Adam, Desmond, Jeff, and Luke take a look at All Superheroes Must Die. Devil Dinosaur Jr. offers up a review of the new DC Comics Animated Universe film Superman vs. The Elite. Then Desmond goes solo on reviews of Crimson and Mr. Bricks: A Heavy Metal Murder Musical. Some super tunes get a spin as well: "I Don't Wanna Be (A Superhero)" by Roadrunner United with Michale Graves, "Weak and Powerless" by A Perfect Circle, "So Long, Superman" by Firewater, "The Phantom of the Crimson Cloak" by 3 Inches of Blood, "Outlaw" by Motorhead, and "Heroes End" by Judas Priest.
.: 1:09:27 :: 33.6 MB :: 11 February 2013 :.

284: A snow-shark, a wise-cracking demon, a pet zombie, and an adorable little girl walk into a a restaurant filled with killer sushi. OUCH! Welcome to the horror comedy special of Dread Media! First up, Desmond and Jeff Strand review Snow Shark: Ancient Snow Beast. Devil Dinosaur Jr. provides a Stay Scary on the supernatural romantic comedy Lo. Darryll returns to watch the Canadian domesticated-zombie film Fido. Desmond eats alone in a review of Dead Sushi, and it's probably better that way. Finally, the Dread Media listeners provide their own horror comedy favorites in the long-awaited Horror Comedy Montage! So take my wife, please, and listen to these tunes: "Laughing Man (In the Devil Mask)" by Iommi and Henry Rollins, "Terror Shark" by Municipal Waste, "N.I.B." by Pitchshifter, "My Boyfriend's Back" by The Raveonettes, "Japan" by Lonely Island, and "The Gambler" by Brian Posehn.
.: 1:49:50 :: 52.9 MB :: 04 February 2013 :.

283: Come with us this week on a road trip to the new vacation home. I know it looks rough, but don't worry. It's just in need of a little love. Perhaps some paint, some tightening of the screws, and the exorcising of the demonic spirit that haunts the basement would really spruce the place up! This week we pay tribute to the classic horror trope of cabins in the woods by Desmond and Jeff first reviewing last year's meta-narrative Cabin in the Woods. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us the real estate particulars on The Cottage. Finally, Desmond goes it alone by inspecting the country home in Axed. Hope you packed a lunch. Your Walkman is filled with the following songs that are sure to allow some freakish monstrosity the chance to sneak up on a disgruntled teenager: "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" by Trivium, "Cabin in the Woods" by the Original Cast of Evil Dead: The Musical, "Life of Crime" by The Weirdos, "Man on the Edge" by Iron Maiden, and "Solitude" by Black Sabbath!
.: 1:09:53 :: 33.8 MB :: 28 January 2013 :.

282: Drop the jerry can, light a cigarette, and throw it behind you as you walk away from boredom listening to this action-packed episode of Dread Media! First up, Desmond is joined by Adam and Luke to review the brand new Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us the skinny on Dredd. Desmond returns to go solo on a documentary that isn't an action film, but will probably have your heart pounding more than any other: The Imposter. There's also tunes from a bunch of Dread Media's favorite bands: "Gimme Some Action" by Fear, "All Good Soldiers" by Bad Religion, "I Am the Law" by Anthrax, "Stripsearch" by Faith No More, and "Fight to Kill" by Holy Grail.
.: 1:15:02 :: 36.2 MB :: 21 January 2013 :.

281: Crikey! Grab your scones and sweep your chimney! Dread Media gets British this week as the Pete Walker Collection from Kino Lorber / Redemption Films gets covered. Darryll joins us again to discuss the first film in the collection: House of Whipcord. Then Desmond goes solo on the others: Die Screaming, Marianne, Schizo, and The Comeback. But that's not the end of the limey-love this week as Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on the film Devil Within Her. In honor of the occasion, not one of the following musical artists is British! "The Prisoner" by Suicidal Tendencies, "House of Whipchord" by The Browns, "21st Century Schizoid Man" by Entombed, "Take It Off" by The Donnas, and "Exciter" by Judas Priest.
.: 1:19:39 :: 38.5 MB :: 14 January 2013 :.

280: Throw down the chains of oppression! Behold a world where monsters exist! Check out our new-ish sponsor! This week's Dread Media sees Darryll returning to take part in a Roadkill Review of Quentin Tarantino's latest Blaxploitation Western epic: Django Unchained! Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. can't quite shake his addiction to anthology films as his latest Stay Scary is a review of Monster Club. Want some songs to help you out on your journey? Well, here you go: "Django" by Luis Bacalov and Rocky Roberts, "Freedom" by Anthony Hamilton and Elayna Boynton, "Monsters Rule OK" by The Viewers, and "An Industry of Murder" by Graveyard.
.: 1:12:51 :: 35.2 MB :: 07 January 2013 :.

279: After giving away copies of Wayne Simmons' audiobook version of Fever, Desmond sits down with Duane to talk about the influential horror show that has been off the air for five years: Showtime's Masters of Horror. What are the best episodes? How about the worst? Which episode in particular was close-but-no-cigar to being great? Put on your raccoon-pelt coat, take a hold of your small intestines, and cover up your symbiotic soul orifices while listening to the Masters of Horror Special! Some rocking tunes for your New Years enjoyment: "Small Silhouette" by Mudvayne, "Burnin' For You" by Iced Earth, "Ice Cream Killer" by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, "I'm Gonna Kill That Woman" by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, and "Enjoy the Silence" by It Dies Today.
.: 1:50:06 :: 53.1 MB :: 31 December 2012 :.

278: For the fifth annual Dread Media Christmas celebration, it's a Silent Night, Deadly Night Special! First up, Desmond and Duane take a look at the first two films in the franchise, currently released by Anchor Bay on DVD. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gets generous in not only reviewing Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out!, but also Marvel Zombies Christmas Carol. Then Adam, Luke, and Jeff join Desmond to take in a viewing of the Blu-ray of Silent Night (the 2012 remake). Make sure you join the Facebook Group to enter to win one of three copies of audiobooks of Wayne Simmons' Fever. Have yourself a scary little Christmas with the following creepy carols: "Vigilante Christmas" by Kirby Krackle, "There Ain't No Sanity Clause" by The Damned, "Cold Blooded Christmas" by Jon Lajoie, "Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie" by Black Flag, "Christmas Sucks" by Tom Waits and Peter Murphy, and "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns!
.: 1:22:39 :: 39.9 MB :: 24 December 2012 :.

277: Things get weird the week before Christmas on Dread Media! First up, Desmond and Duane take a look at kids killing their parents for the holidays in The Children. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. tells us all about what he would do to Caroline Munro in his Stay Scary review of Don't Open till Christmas. Then, a healthy does of Eurotrash erotica as Desmond gets a load of two Blu-rays by sleaze auteur Jess Franco: Female Vampire and Exorcism. Take a listen and then have a shower. There are songs as well: "The Kids Who Wanna Play With the Dead" by Lordi, "Fall Children" by AFI, "My First Christmas (As a Woman)" by The Vandals, "Zillion Dollar Sadist" by Turbonegro, and "Step Into Christmas" by The Business.
.: 58:59 :: 28.5 MB :: 17 December 2012 :.

276: In an attempt to have as many reviewers as there are directors of V/H/S, Adam, Jeff, and Luke join Desmond for a second look at the found-footage anthology film. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. introduces us to public domain proto-slasher Savage Weekend in a brand new Stay Scary. Desmond returns to go solo on what is sure to be lauded as a cinematic triumph of the ages: Osombie. There's a certain set of raucous kickass tunes this week for you: "The Price of Reality" by Amen, "Snuff" by Slayer, "Nervous Breakdown" by Rise Against, "You Can't Kill Terror" by Gwar, and "Take My Bones Away" by Baroness.
.: 1:19:53 :: 38.6 MB :: 10 December 2012 :.

275: Desmond's sick, but that's not stopping him from presenting a podcast with a theme so unique, it has never before been seen in horror podcasting! First, Duane joins us to take a look at the Aaron "Jimmy Olsen" Ashmore vehicle, The Shrine. Then Jeff joins us for a discussion of the Shawn "Iceman" Ashmore vehicle, The Day. That's right, a show dedicated to Canadian acting duo, the Ashmore Twins! Music included: "Faith Alone" by Bad Religion, "Sacrifice" by Motorhead, "The Day" by Murder By Death, and "Parasitic Twins" by The Dillinger Escape Plan.
.: 1:25:47 :: 41.4 MB :: 03 December 2012 :.

274: Greg Lamberson is back on Dread Media! Together, he and Desmond talk about Greg's latest installment in the Jake Helman Files, Tortured Spirits, The Julian Year TREEBook, his latest film work, and even some classic comics! Then, as if that wasn't enough, Devil Dinosaur Jr. works out some of his issues in the latest Stay Scary while covering Chillers. Tunes included: "Been Away Too Long" by Soundgarden, "My Tortured Spirit" by Probot with Eric Wagner of Trouble, "My Problem" by The Hanson Brothers, and "Cold Turkey" by Cheap Trick.
.: 1:30:02 :: 43.4 MB :: 26 November 2012 :.

DMP 37: How is Dracula like David Lee Roth? Find out and Chris and Desmond take a look at Tomb of Dracula #31-35. Do you need more show notes than that?
.: 42:21 :: 20.5 MB :: 23 November 2012 :.

273: This week's Dread Media is a little lighter than usual, but that's okay because the content is full of beefy badassery. First up, Duane and Desmond take a look at the early Tom Hardy vehicle by the director of Drive and Valhalla Rising: Bronson. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. covers a film starring the real Charles Bronson: The Stone Killer. Meaty testosterone-driven tunes for you this week: "The Prisoner" by Suicidal Tendencies, "Nice" by Sick of it All, "The Badge" by Pantera, and "Lady Deathwish" by 3 Inches of Blood.
.: 54:06 :: 26.2 MB :: 19 November 2012 :.

272: It's a double shot of Desmond, Jeff, and Luke this week with a little bit of Stay Scary added in for flavor! First, the trio review the backwoods gore-tastic sequel Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines. Devil Dinosaur Jr. steps in to discuss the sci-fi lycanthrope film from 1956, The Werewolf. The trio returns to look at the straight-to-video feature Airborne. Hot young sheriffs, post-apocalyptic inoculations gone wrong, and Mark Hamill really letting himself go are just a few topics of discussion this week. Join in! Tunes: "Wrong Turn" by The Young Werewolves, "Five" by Machine Head, "Wolfman Boy" by Treebeard, "When the Planes Fall from the Sky" by Monster Magnet, and "American Werewolf in Calgary" by The Browns.
.: 1:14:15 :: 35.9 MB :: 12 November 2012 :.

DMP 36: Goths, irrational fears of DVD covers, terrible sequels, and Ernie Hudson are just a few topics of discourse as the Commonwealth Crew discusses the tragic, mopey vigilante film The Crow.
.: 38:44 :: 18.8 MB :: 08 November 2012 :.

271: We reap what we sow this week on a Dread Media Harvest Special! First up, Desmond is joined by Duane to discuss the crime flick cum slasher film Rites of Spring. Then Jeff and Luke are back to talk about the classic 80s TV movie Dark Night of the Scarecrow. Songs put through the thresher: "The Dragonfly" by Clutch, "Spring Fever" by Ghostkeeper, "Scarecrow Man" by The Misfits, and "I Am The Reaper" by Moistboyz. It's a good thing.
.: 1:20:33 :: 38.9 MB :: 05 November 2012 :.

270: It's a meta Halloween special! Duane and Desmond sit down to chat about The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror Halloween specials in a huge Dread Media Halloween Spooktacular! And what else could be special about this episode? How about Darryll coming back? Oh yeah, baby! Darryll's back to discuss theatre-going etiquette, and how to treat a young lady at the movies. Also, they talk about the Ethan Hawke vehicle Sinister. Strap in for 90-odd minutes of Halloween fun! There's even a few songs: "Do the Bartman" by Bart Simpson, "The Simpsons Theme" by Green Day, and "Sinister Rouge" by Bad Religion.
.: 1:37:18 :: 46.9 MB :: 29 October 2012 :.

269: We're still undead with only a week to go 'til All Hallows Eve! This week Desmond, Jeff, and Luke cover the third film in the Spanish found-footage zombie trilogy: [REC]3 Genesis. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. steps in to take a look at the late Bill Hinzman's pseudo remake of the zombie film that started it all: Flesh Eater. Desmond is back to go solo reviewing the Complete Hammer House of Horror from Synapse Films! Stick around for feedback, and to find out who won Wayne Simmons' audiobook of Flu! Also, there's songs! "Land of Confusion" by In Flames, "Die My Bride" by The Murderdolls, "Re: Your Brains" by Jonathan Coulton, "I Got to Put the Hammer Down" by Ween, and "Get Sick" by Suicidal Tendencies.
.: 1:23:58 :: 40.5 MB :: 22 October 2012 :.

268: Like foreign films? Genre mashups? The undead? Man! You're going to love this episode's theme of foreign undead genre mashups! First up, author Jeff Strand joins us to talk about the Cuban zomcom Juan of the Dead. Then, in a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the Hong Kong vamp-action movie Vampire Effect. And there's even a new contest to win one of two audiobooks of Wayne Simmons' Flu! There's even songs! "Government Flu" by Dead Kennedys, "My Way" by Sid Vicious, "We Bite" by The Misfits, and "Open Coffins" by Down.
.: 1:11:40 :: 34.6 MB :: 15 October 2012 :.

DMP 35: How scary is American Horror Story? Too scary for Megan to watch more than one episode of. But there's still plenty to talk about as Desmond confuses his own sexual fantasies, and Megan admits by omission that Dylan McDermott's ass is one of her favorite parts of the show.
.: 14:26 :: 7.1 MB :: 11 October 2012 :.

267: Hello, and welcome to Dread Media 3.0. This episode sees Desmond introducing you, the listener, to a gaggle of new cohosts the only way he knows how: by reviewing movies with them. First up, Desmond is joined by Duane to take a look at the Blu-ray releases of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers. And, after doing two movies with one cohost, Desmond is joined by two cohosts to do one movie. Jeff and Luke are here to discuss Nazis on the moon in the brand new Iron Sky! All this, and a whack of feedback! Tunes: "Michael Myers" by The Meteors, "New Super Hero Worship" by 24-7 Spyz, "Feuer Frei!" by Rammstein, and "October" by Gray Matter.
.: 1:37:43 :: 47.1 MB :: 08 October 2012 :.

266: To commemorate Darryll's departure, it's the Q&A episode part deux! The fellas sit down over some rye and sodas and shoot the shit over questions asked by the greatest people on earth: Dread Media listeners! Songs included: "The Answer" by Bad Religion, "Death Dies (Film version - part1)" by Goblin, an excerpt from "Hot pockets" by Jim Gaffigan, and "Happy Trails" by Van Halen. It's the end of an era! And join us next week for Dread Media 3.0!
.: 1:52:46 :: 54.4 MB :: 01 October 2012 :.

265: It's a horror / sci-fi special this week on Dread Media! First up, Desmond and Darryll take a look at the recent British horror / sci-fi / adventure flick, Attack the Block. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the 80s classic Night of the Creeps in a brand new Stay Scary. In a brand new and hopefully recurring venture, you, the listeners, have provided content for an audio montage of your favorite horror / sci-fi films. And lastly, in a completely unrelated review, Desmond tackles some girls and gore with Strippers vs. Werewolves. The first two listeners to email in will receive a Blu-ray copy of the film! And scary sci-fi tunes: "Attack the Block" by Talib Kweli, "Fix Up, Look Sharp" by Dizzee Rascal, "Another Girl, Another Planet" by The Only Ones, "Alien" by Pennywise, "Wolfjob" by The Meteors, and "Watch the Sky for Me" by Powerman 5000.
.: 1:11:25 :: 34.5 MB :: 24 September 2012 :.

DMP 34: Dying in the Gutters returns! Again! And boy, are Chris and Desmond stoked to talk about three excellent comic books: Tomb of Dracula #28-30. But there's also the painfully maddening Giant-Size Dracula #3-4. Ugh. Marvel at Dracula's racism! Wonder at black guys in China with Japanese names! Be amazed as Dracula babysits! Seriously, ol' Vlad should probably not be working for Child Services.
.: 1:00:28 :: 29.2 MB :: 21 September 2012 :.

264: In a big episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll finally take in a viewing of John Carpenter's The Fog. Then Devi Dinosaur Jr. reviews From a Whisper to a Scream in a brand new Stay Scary. And if that wasn't enough, Desmond goes solo on the Blu-ray releases of Life and Death of a Porno Gang and 42nd Street Forever from Synapse Films. And in a display of television trivia so amazing, the podcast gods are humbled, Tom Deja explains the world of Holmes & Yo-Yo in a much-anticipated Macabre Musical Theatre! Oh yeah, there's music too! "Fog Surrounds" by Tiger Army, "Black Sails at Midnight" by Alestorm, "Beheaded" by The Offspring, "Violent Pornography" by System of a Down, "At the Movies" by Bad Brains, and "Nasty" by The Damned.
.: 1:19:00 :: 38.1 MB :: 17 September 2012 :.

DMP 33: In a giant-size edition of Televised Terror, Desmond and Megan talk about monsters in the floor, WWE Superstar Edge, and Jason Priestley during a review of Haven season two. Then, in an impromptu scathing condemnation of True Blood season five, the couple talk about ifrits, merkins, and Scott Wolf.
.: 33:35 :: 16.3 MB :: 13 September 2012 :.

263: This episode of Dread Media must break you! Join us as we pay tribute to perhaps the most under-appreciated of action movie superstars: Dolph Lundgren. A trio of films are discussed this week, including Desmond and Darryll's much-requested review of The Punisher; Devil Dinosaur Jr.'s review of the rock and roll action flick directed by and starring Lundgren, Command Performance; and Desmond's biggest solo review on the show yet, the Blu-ray release of Red Scorpion. Listen to the end to find out who won the Penpal prize pack! There's tunes too: "Breakdown" by D2, "Punishment" by Biohazard, "Coup d'Etat" by The Circle Jerks, "Kiss of the Scorpion" by Monster Magnet, and "A Little Less Conversation" by Dolph Lundgren!
.: 1:13:51 :: 35.7 MB :: 10 September 2012 :.

262: In an episode dedicated to the brand new found-footage anthology film V/H/S, the Dread Media team presents a solo interview with contributing director David Bruckner, and a second interview with Adam Wingard (director of the wraparound sequence), Simon Barrett (writer of the wraparound sequence), and producers Roxanne Benjamin and Brad Miska. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews Adam Wingard's Pop Skull in a brand new Stay Scary. Stick around for news on Dathan Auerbach's Penpal giveaway. Tunes included: "TV Casualty" by The Misfits, "Radio/Video" by System of a Down, "Tractor" by Monster Magnet, "This House Is Haunted" by Alice Cooper, and "Run For Your Life" by The Creepshow.
.: 1:17:36 :: 37.5 MB :: 03 September 2012 :.

261: This episode is a dreadful duo of deplorable DVDs as Desmond and Darryll face off against idiots trying to save the world, and Devil Dinosaur Jr. deduces that killer home appliances are not so distressing. Those films are The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu and 1988's Pulse. There's also some defective ditties: "Worship Me Like a God," by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "Fish Fuck" by Gwar, "Electric Funeral" by Black Sabbath, and "Terrible" by Harley Poe.
.: 1:03:58 :: 30.9 MB :: 27 August 2012 :.

260: It's a heaping dose of horror on this week's Dread Media! First up, Desmond and Darryll review the slasher classic Intruder. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews See No Evil in a brand new Stay Scary. Desmond returns to discuss two relatively recent comic book hardcover releases: Creepy Presents Richard Corben and Spirit World by Jack Kirby. Check it out! Tunes are here, too! "Strength Thru Shopping" by Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, "Intruder" by Primus, "See No Evil" by Pretty Lightning, "Kill in the Spirit World" by Black Sabbath, and "Cold Machines" by Alice Cooper.
.: 1:16:58 :: 37.2 MB :: 20 August 2012 :.

DMP 32: Desmond and Megan are back with another Televised Terror! This time, in an episode recorded back in the winter (hence the interruption of their home furnace cold-air return fan), they look at and heap deserved but slightly reserved praised on the BBC production of Jekyll.
.: 13:38 :: 6.7 MB :: 16 August 2012 :.

259: In Dread Media's tribute to the legend Ernest Borgnine, two relatively obscure movies in his filmography are discussed. First up, Darryll loves train movies, and that is evident in his and Desmond's discussion of Emperor of the North. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gets all Satanic with a review of Devil's Rain in a brand new Stay Scary! Songs include: "Train in Vain (Stand by Me)" by The Clash, "I Am Ahab" by Mastodon, "Spill the Blood" by Slayer, and "The Black Hole" by The Misfits.
.: 57:03 :: 27.6 MB :: 13 August 2012 :.

DMP 31: The Commonwealth Crew is back, and this time they are discussing Ray Wise, Power Rangers, and Adrienne's "Barbeaus" in their review of Wes Craven's 1982 film Swamp Thing.
.: 17:35 :: 8.6 MB :: 10 August 2012 :.

258: Beyond a few minutes of dental trauma, this episode of Dread Media celebrates dangerous women! First up, the damsel forever-in-distress is discussed in Desmond and Darryll's review of The Last Circus. Then the woman scorned / unbalanced psychopath is examined in Devil Dinosaur's review of Strait-Jacket in a new Stay Scary. Finally, the temptress / succubus gets her due attention as Desmond goes solo on Image Comics' horror noir series Fatale. If you're watching a beautiful woman dancing to these tunes, proceed with caution: "Lady Deathwish" by Three Inches of Blood, "Carousel" by Mr. Bungle, "Chop Chop Chop" by Alice Cooper, "Reptile" by Nine Inch Nails, and "Too Bad About Your Girl" by The Donnas.
.: 1:07:57 :: 32.8 MB :: 06 August 2012 :.

DMP 30: Megan joins Desmond to talk about the fourth and final season of Sanctuary, Nikola Tesla, crafting, and farts.
.: 14:10 :: 7.0 MB :: 01 August 2012 :.

257: Desmond celebrates being able to remember the episode number this week by giving you a great show! First up, the second film watched for Desmond and Darryll's filmstravaganza is a healthy, slightly spoiler-laden review of The Dark Knight Rises. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the Hammer Studios thriller Never Take Candy from a Stranger in a brand new Stay Scary. Songs included: "Rise Below" by Turbonegro, "Batman" by Voivod, "Candy from a Madman" by Wrathchild America, and "White Wedding" by The Murderdolls. Congratulations to Bette and Darren on their engagement!
.: 1:02:42 :: 30.3 MB :: 30 July 2012 :.

256: Desmond sets the tone by getting the episode number wrong at the top of a show dealing with reviews of The Raid: Redemption (with Darryll), The Dark Knight Rises (by Devil Dinosaur Jr.), and Silent House (just Desmond). There is also music between these reviews! These are those examples of music: "Razors Out" by Mike Shinoda and Joe Trapanese (featuring Chino Moreno), "Beyond Redemption" by HIM, "Sidekick" by Rancid, "Silent Scream" by Slayer, and "A Growing Disgust" by The Melvins Lite.
.: 1:07:27 :: 32.6 MB :: 23 July 2012 :.

DMP 29: The Commonwealth Crew regrets that this installment of Dread Reel-ief features discussion of 1999's Virus. Not that the conversation is bad. The film is. Regrettably bad. Sorry. We are that we had to watch it. Yuck. There are robo-cenobites, though. Also, what other robot film gets a vocal gasp of disgust from Ian?
.: 17:55 :: 8.8 MB :: 22 July 2012 :.

DMP 28: In this mildly special episode of the Gleefully Macabre podcast, Jeff reads the story "The Loneliest Jackalope" from the anthology Unnatural Tales of the Jackalope. But it's a pretty demented little story.
.: 13:18 :: 6.6 MB :: 19 July 2012 :.

255: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll discuss an exclusive screening of local filmmaker Panos Cosmatos's first film, the psychedelic sci-fi / horror film Beyond the Black Rainbow. In the latest Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews Gary A. Braunbeck's non-fiction book To Each Their Darkness. On top of that, there's some important information about the future of Dread Media! Tunes: "Beyond Electric Dreams" by Bad Religion, "Rainbow in the Dark" by Dio, "She Loves Me" by The Descendants, and "Pharmaceutical" by Grotus.
.: 1:19:11 :: 38.2 MB :: 16 July 2012 :.

254: This week, Desmond and Darryll discuss Britain's swinging 70s, lesser soap operas, and the nature of hot sisters in their review of Virgin Witch. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. foams at the mouth, in a good way, over Israeli horror film Rabies. There's some sexy witchy rabid tunes aplenty: "Naked Witch" by Danzig, "Virgin Witch" by Rob Zombie, "Into the Woods" by Silkworm, and "Sunset Babies (All Got Rabies)" by Alice Cooper.
.: 1:03:19 :: 30.6 MB :: 09 July 2012 :.

253: All aboard the Dread Media train as Desmond and Darryll finally review the classic Horror Express. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gets his ticket stamped with a Stay Scary about the apocalyptic subway horror film End of the Line. And what else do you think about when you think trains? Red lights, right? I'm trying, sue me! In a brand new Macabre Musical Theatre, Tom Deja raps his way through his thoughts on the psychological thriller Red Lights. Tunes on this Trans-Siberian journey: "Black Train" by The Moistboyz, "Train of Flesh" by Turbonegro, "Last Train to Satansville" by Swervedriver, and "Red Light in my Eyes, Pt. 1" by Children of Bodom.
.: 1:21:56 :: 39.5 MB :: 02 July 2012 :.

252: This week, Desmond takes off his glasses and rips open his shirt to a themed episode based on comics and comic book-influenced material! First up, Desmond and Darryll review the Tinto Brass-directed thriller influenced by Italian comic artist Guido Crepax: Deadly Sweet. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. stays scary discussing the Italian comic adaptation Dylan Dog: Dead of Night. Desmond reviews a truly unique superhero novel from Canadian author Rio Youers: Westlake Soul before diving in to review the following comics: Night Force #3, Dial H #1, and the trade collection of The Strange Talent of Luther Strode. There's plenty of super-tunes as well: "I Don't Wanna Be (a Superhero)" by Roadrunner United featuring Michael Graves, "Sweet Jane" by Cowboy Junkies, "Cry of the Banshee" by Brocas Helm, "Surfin' Dead" by The Cramps, "Superhero" by Anthrax, and "Supernaut" by Black Sabbath.
.: 1:22:46 :: 39.9 MB :: 25 June 2012 :.

DMP 27: The Commonwealth Crew is back with a review of 30 Days of Night. In this review, Ian says words like "sprog" and "jumper." This pleases Desmond.
.: 22:32 :: 11.0 MB :: 20 June 2012 :.

251: Howdy! This episode sees a massive dedication to the Western genre. First up, Desmond and Darryll take a look at the epic spaghetti Western comedy A Bullet for the General, out now on Blu-ray! Then, in Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a look at the dark side of the genre with a review of Jack Ketchum's The Crossings. Then, Desmond and Darryll return for a second review of psychedelic gothic spaghetti Western Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot! To top it all off, Desmond returns to go solo on a review of Jeff Strand's decidedly un-Western young adult novel A Bad Day for Voodoo. Cowboy ditties this week: "Get What's Coming" by The Creepshow, "Wicked Man" by Ghoultown, "Mutate With Me" by The Humpers, "Django" by Rancid, and "Voodoo Rhythm" by The Meteors. Tell us what you thought of this show, or even what you had for breakfast, to be entered to win a copy of Jeff Strand's A Bad Day for Voodoo!
.: 1:43:46 :: 50.0 MB :: 18 June 2012 :.

250: After a heartfelt tribute to the late, great Ray Bradbury, the show begins. In a brand new Roadkill Review, Darryll and Desmond take in Prometheus and talk about it on the drive home. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. covers The Other for Stay Scary. And, finally, Desmond returns to go solo on reviews of hillbilly slasher Madison County and one of Stephen King's latest novels, 11/22/63. Tunes this week: "Something Wicked This Way Comes (Edit)" by Barry Adamson, "Of Prometheus and the Crucifix" by Trivium, "Evil Children" by King Missile, "Pig" by Steve Vai, and "Watch the Sky For Me" by Powerman 5000.
.: 1:32:02 :: 44.4 MB :: 11 June 2012 :.

249: In a bizarre portrayal of both poles of the horror genre, Desmond and Darryll review the classic The Omen, and, in a new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu. It's a sober adult antichrist-themed horror film versus a pseudo-Lovecraftian horror-comedy. Strap in because it's all for you! Tunes this week are bookended by the now defunct Ween starting with "The Golden Eel" and "Buenas Tardes Amigo." "The Omen (Ave Satani)" by Fantomas, and "The Thing That Should Not Be" by Metallica.
.: 1:12:13 :: 34.9 MB :: 04 June 2012 :.

248: In this combative episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll take on the A-Team versus Manson Family backyard epic Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. brings us a Stay Scary based on the senior citizens versus children film Brotherhood of Satan. Then it's monsters versus mental illness as Desmond goes solo on reviews of two Marvel trade paperbacks: Legion of Monsters and Stephen King's N. Kickass tunes this week: "Thou Shalt Not" by KISS, "First Rule Is" by Gwar, "Children of the Damned" by Iron Maiden, and "1-800-SUICIDE" by Gravediggaz.
.: 1:12:47 :: 35.2 MB :: 28 May 2012 :.

247: Welcome to the show, and step over the one-legged dog on the way in. This week, Desmond and Darryll dive headfirst into Robin Hardy's ill-advised modern Christians versus Pagans film: The Wicker Tree. Then Desmond tries to make sense of proto-video nasty Killer's Moon. Devil Dinosaur Jr. presents a Stay Scary segment on the 1955 television show Confidential File: Horror Comics. Terror tunes aplenty: "Stealing a Page or Two from Pagans" by Superjoint Ritual, "Cowboys From Hell" by Pantera, "Keep Dreaming" by The Creepshow, "Civilization's Dying" by Zero Boys, and "I Started a Joke" by Faith No More.
.: 1:00:24 :: 29.2 MB :: 21 May 2012 :.

246: It's the end of the world as we know it, and Dread Media has a fine show to deliver! First up, Desmond and Darryll review the post-apocalyptic thriller The Divide. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga's The Walking Dead: The Rise of the Governor in an all-new Stay Scary. Then, after a rousing portrayal of Keith Richards at the end of the world in Tom Deja's Macabre Musical Theatre, Desmond goes solo on a review of This Is Not a Movie. Post-apocalyptic tunes aplenty: "My Apocalypse" by Metallica, "Atomic Bombs Away" by Blues Creation, "Chop Suey" by System of a Down, "We're All Gonna Die" by Slash featuring Iggy Pop, and "It's Only yhe End of the World" by Harley Poe.
.: 1:21:25 :: 39.3 MB :: 14 May 2012 :.

245: This episode features a wildly varied double feature of reviews featuring Desmond and Darryll. First up is the first blockbuster of the summer: The Avengers. Then the classy nunsploitation flick Killer Nun goes under the microscope. The songs featured this week are "Live to Rise" by Soundgarden, "Under the Robe" by Amen, and the show is bookended by two Beastie Boys songs: "Gratitude" and "Egg Man." RIP Adam "MCA" Yauch and Michael Louis Calvillo.
.: 1:36:47 :: 46.7 MB :: 07 May 2012 :.

244: In this episode, Desmond and Darryll tackle the much-anticipated Ti West film The Innkeepers. Then Desmond goes solo on Greg Lamberson's second novel in the Frenzy Cycle: The Frenzy War. And in a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's illustrated novel Baltimore, or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire. Songs included: "Horror Hotel" by The Undead, "Ghost Story" by Monster Magnet, "Blood of a Young Wolf" by Buck 65, "One Tin Soldier" by Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, and "Think About an End" by Anthrax.
.: 1:07:40 :: 32.7 MB :: 30 April 2012 :.

243: This weekend Desmond attended Vancouver's first major comic convention: the Vancouver Fan Expo! Bright eyed and bushy-tailed this morning, he provides you with audio from three interviews. First up, he talks to comics legend Len Wein about his astounding career, stand-up comedy, and his upcoming series Before Watchmen: Ozymandias. Then, comic artist and filmmaker Kaare Andrews talks about graphic design, tight shooting locations, and The ABCs of Death. Finally, Jim and Kyle from nerd rock band Kirby Krackle talk about their songwriting process, gender-bending cosplay, and wrestling in mud and jello. The convention playlist is as follows: "All Along the Watchtower" by Jimi Hendrix, "Desolation Row" by My Chemical Romance, "Waydown" by Catherine Wheel, "Up, Up, Down, Down" and "Hunt 'Em All Down" by Kirby Krackle.
.: 1:13:33 :: 35.5 MB :: 23 April 2012 :.

242: Not only was your host unfazed by electricity's attempt to kill him and stop the show, the show happens to be a first! The whole episode is dedicated to one interview. Desmond was so fascinated by Dathan Auerbach's Kickstarter campaign for his upcoming novel Penpal, the two talked for an hour! The true social media story behind the novel is sure to be insightful for those interested in the future of publishing. Then, at the very end of the show, Tom Deja emerges with another first: a Macabre Musical Theatre / review based on the brand new film Cabin in the Woods. All this and tunes to boot! "Kickstart my Heart" by Between the Buried and Me, "Childhood's End" by Iron Maiden, and "Stalker Song" by Danzig. Check out Dathan's Kickstarter page here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1153987072/penpal.
.: 1:25:49 :: 41.4 MB :: 16 April 2012 :.

241: Let's get ready to PODDDDDDDDCAAAAAASSSSST! In this fight night edition of Dread Media, the fight card breaks down as follows: pay attention and place your bets! Round One: Your host knows that he can't beat author Dana Fredsti in a fight because she is a sword-fighter who hangs around with tigers. So instead he interviews her about her zombie-fighting novel Plague Town. Round Two: Desmond goes toe-to-toe with the Timur Bekmambetov-produced The Darkest Hour. Round Three: It's Battle Royale versus Battle Royale 2: Requiem with guest referees Damien Wilkens and Desmond Reddick! Round Four: It's a face-ripping good time as Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes on the Wrestlemaniac in a new Stay Scary. And your main event, Round Five: a Triple Threat Match as Desmond takes on Darryll and Monster Brawl. It's sure to be a slobber-knocker! This week's fight songs are: "Fight 'Em Til You Can't" by Anthrax, "My Plague" by Slipknot, "In My Darkest Hour" by Megadeth, "Everyone I Went to High School With Is Dead" by Mr. Bungle, "Bodies" by Drowning Pool, "Backyard Brawl" by Alice Cooper, and "Fight Till You Die" by Pennywise.
.: 2:18:34 :: 66.7 MB :: 09 April 2012 :.

240: This week, as they review the sleazy giallo film Strip Nude for Your Killer, Desmond and Darryll talk about whiskey and black leather. Nothing new there. Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at George Romero Presents: Deadtime Stories, Volume 1 in a new Stay Scary. Desmond returns to review season two of Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, and goes through some feedback before calling it a show! Tunes are included, as always: "Take it Like a Woman" by Alice Cooper, "Black Leather" by Guns N' Roses, "George Romero" by The Sprites, "Wolf Rape" by Chris Leavins and Shawn Pierce (from Todd and the Book of Pure Evil), and "Art of Denial" by Madlove. Get in touch with us if you're going to the Fan Expo in Vancouver for a meet-up!
.: 1:15:53 :: 36.6 MB :: 02 April 2012 :.

239: In this episode of Dread Media, Damien joins Desmond once again to dig through the muck that is Human Centipede 2. There are spoilers, you have been warned. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at Lesbian Vampire Killers in a brand new Stay Scary. Great feedback and music abounds! "Outlaw Shit" by Struggle feat. Yelawolf, "Don't Shit Where You Eat" by Ween, "Woman" by Wolfmother, and "Jumping the Sharks" by Carter Falco.
.: 1:22:21 :: 39.7 MB :: 26 March 2012 :.

238: Desmond is off to Las Vegas, but there's still a huge show for you to enjoy. First off, he and Darryll pay tribute to the deceased legend Moebius with a lengthy review of Heavy Metal. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a double feature of Stay Scary with reviews of the Korean Death Bell and the Thai Art of the Devil III. Desmond returns to go solo on the naked-vampire epic Lips of Blood! Plus, your emails! Exclamation points! Songs included: "The Mob Rules" by Black Sabbath, "Heavy Metal" by Sammy Hagar, "Baddest of the Bad" by The Reverend Horton Heat, "Mutilated Lips" by Ween, and "Viva Las Vegas" by Dead Kennedys.
.: 1:33:57 :: 45.3 MB :: 19 March 2012 :.

237: A science fiction meditation of depression, a sincere bikers versus zombies novella, a look at a franchise of Thai supernatural gore films, a Bruce Springsteen parody song, and a sober tribute to a legendary French artist. This week's Dread Media is as diverse as ever. First, Desmond and Darryll review Lars von Trier's intense Melancholia. Then Desmond goes solo on Greg Lamberson's new novella from Creeping Hemlock Press: Carnage Road. Continuing his tour of southeast Asia, Devil Dinosaur Jr. talks about the first two films in the Art of the Devil series in the latest Stay Scary. Then, finally, Desmond accompanies Tom Deja in this week's Macabre Musical Theatre in their rendition of "Universal City." We're sorry. Other songs of note: "And Sadness Will Sear" by Trivium, "Depression" by Black Flag, "The Long Road" by Tiger Army, "Black Magic" by Slayer, and "Temple of Your Dreams" by Monster Magnet. RIP Jean "Moebius" Giraud.
.: 1:40:09 :: 48.3 MB :: 12 March 2012 :.

DMP 26: The Commonwealth Crew is back, and this time they're trying to come to terms with the aggressively mediocre AVP: Alien vs. Predator. Help us. Please.
.: 22:30 :: 11.0 MB :: 08 March 2012 :.

236: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll take a close look at the adaptation of erotic comic artist Guido Crepax's Valentina: Baba Yaga on Blu-ray. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. provides a Stay Scary on the Indonesian film Macabre. Desmond returns for a solo review of Todd Grimson's vampire novel Stainless. In a new Macabre Musical Theatre, Tom Deja takes aim at the Russians for their vodka-influenced folklore. Take Tom and Derrick up on their Better in the Dark DePalma Challenge by donating at least $10 to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.com. Songs included: "Forsaken Fashion Dolls" by Lordi, "You Must Be a Witch" by Stiv Bators, "Dead Babies" by Alice Cooper, "Los Angeles" by The 69 Eyes, and "Supporting Caste" by Propagandhi. Solidarity!
.: 1:06:45 :: 32.3 MB :: 05 March 2012 :.

235: In an episode dedicated to the Winnipeg-based independent film collective Astron-6, Desmond and Darryll take a look at their grindhouse homage, Father's Day. Then Desmond goes solo on their short film omnibus, Astron-6 Collection. Devil Dinosaur Jr. provides a Stay Scary segment dedicated to Pat Mills and Clint Langley's comic book barbarian, Slaine the Wanderer. Also, Tom Deja is back with a Macabre Musical Theatre. All this, and songs galore! "Sins of the Father" by Black Sabbath, "Father" by The Misfits, "Tribute" by Tenacious D, "How Heavy this Axe" by The Sword, and "Insane" by Scars on Broadway all get spins this week!
.: 1:15:51 :: 36.6 MB :: 27 February 2012 :.

DMP 25: It's two months overdue, but Chris and Desmond are back to talk about five more issues of Tomb of Dracula! More specifically, Tomb of Dracula #24-27 and Giant-Size Dracula #2. But first, they pay tribute to several comics professionals who have recently passed away. Yes, it was a while ago at this point, but these guys still deserve their tribute. Then, when it's time to dive into the comics, the two look at the sexual escapades of Blade, the introduction of Hannibal King to the Dracula mythos, odd synchronicity, Taj-dickery, and the moon's intense illness.
.: 1:16:17 :: 36.8 MB :: 22 February 2012 :.

234: In this review-packed episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll look at the outlandish Japanese film Yakuza Weapon. Devil Dinosaur Jr. presents a Stay Scary segment on The New Kids from 1985. Then Desmond returns and goes solo with reviews of the African-based zombie film The Dead and the arthouse Iron Rose. Songs included: "Prodigal Son" by Bad Religion, "Machine Man" by Judas Priest, "Time Machines" by Lexo and the Leapers, "Dead Ends" by Dead Kennedys, "Whistlin' Past the Graveyard" by Screaming Jay Hawkins, and "Cosmic Monsters Inc." by White Zombie.
.: 1:09:07 :: 33.4 MB :: 20 February 2012 :.

233: This week, it's a Dread Media lovefest! Desmond and Darryll take a look at the honeymoon-gone-wrong / lesbian-vampire feature Shiver of the Vampire. Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at the classic Valentine's Day horror film My Bloody Valentine in a new edition of Stay Scary. Desmond returns for a solo look at The Devil's Rock, as a man deals with the loss of his wife while taking on Nazis and demons. And Tom Deja is here once again to pitch a sexy sapphic film the only way he knows how — through song — in a brand new Macabre Musical Theatre! Speaking of music: "Bleed 2 Feed" by CC Adcock and The Lafayette Marquis, "Stained Glass Cross" by Down, "The Ballad of Harry Warden" by John McDermott, "She" by The Damned, and "Threshhold" by Slayer.
.: 1:08:06 :: 32.9 MB :: 13 February 2012 :.

232: In a show packed with reviews, Dread Media is now chock-full of 100% more naked vampires as Desmond and Darryll take in a viewing of the new Blu-ray release of Jean Rollins' The Nude Vampire. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews Men's Adventure Magazines from Taschen Books. Desmond returns for solo reviews of Dream House and Die before Tom Deja delights us with another Macabre Musical Theatre! Music included: "Naked" by Suicidal Tendencies, "Vampira" by The Devin Townsend Band, "A Lesson in Violence" by Exodus, "Tumbling Dice" by The Rolling Stones, and "Roulette" by System of a Down.
.: 1:20:50 :: 39.0 MB :: 06 February 2012 :.

231: This week, Darryll likes train movies. So, buckle up and please don't travel between cars, as he and Desmond check the tickets of the unsung hero of 1970s exploitation: Night Train Murders. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at the classic Night of the Demon in a new Stay Scary. And this is the week we make it official as Tom Deja presents Macabre Musical Theatre. Other than the one Tom sings, songs included: "Coincidenze (Film Mix)" by Ennio Morricone, "Strangers on a Train" by Lovage, "Fear of the Dark" by Iron Maiden, and "Partytime (Zombie Version)" by 45 Grave.
.: 1:18:49 :: 38.1 MB :: 30 January 2012 :.

230: This huge episode has an interview with comic book legend Marv Wolfman about his career in horror comics and his upcoming revamp of Night Force at DC Comics. Then Darryll joins in for a review of the original The Hills Have Eyes. Devil Dinosaur Jr. stops by with a brand new Stay Scary on the non-fiction Book of Lists: Horror. Tons of songs, too! "Creatures of the Night" by The Creepshow, "Night People" by Dio, "Earth A.D." by Earth Crisis, "Bad Moon Rising" by Leatherwolf, and "Dark Forces" by Killing Joke all get a spin on the terror turntable this week!
.: 2:00:25 :: 58.0 MB :: 23 January 2012 :.

229: After discussing Undocumented and political horror, Desmond is joined by Darryll to review Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. Then, in a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the first collection in the 2000 AD Defoe comic series, Defoe: 1666. Also, great tunes on the horizon: "Immigrant Song" by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross (feat. Karen O), "Hillbilly Joker" by Hank III, "London Dungeon (live)" by The Misfits, and "All My Friends Are Dead" by Turbonegro.
.: 1:15:09 :: 36.3 MB :: 16 January 2012 :.

DMP 24: Those who know comic book movies burn at the watch of Man-Thing. The Commonwealth Crew is back after far too long for another installment of Dread Reel-ief, and they're not happy about it. Because the film's a piece of shit. But it's a hilarious romp of cross-oceanic cinematic autopsy, and both medical examiners are smoking.
.: 28:20 :: 13.8 MB :: 13 January 2012 :.

228: In this big ol' episode of Dread Media, a sense of normalcy returns as Darryll and Desmond take on the Japanese pseudo-slasher Gurozuka. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. presents a Stay Scary segment on William Hope Hodgson's Carnacki stories. Then Desmond returns with a bizarre, rambling review of Hidden. Help me. Songs are played: "Runner" by Andrew WK, "Cold Blows the Wind" by Ween, "Ghost" by Clutch, "Rehab" by Down, and "Your Lies Become You" by Monster Magnet.
.: 1:30:45 :: 43.8 MB :: 09 January 2012 :.

227: For the first episode of 2012, it's a huge one packed with reviews! First off, Aaron swims up to chat with Desmond about the surprisingly insane Shark Night. Then, in a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews both Dick Briefer's Frankenstein from IDW and Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein from Dark Horse. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of the gory British thriller Don't Let Him In, and Bette "hammers" us with a review of Wake Wood from Hammer Films! There's also feedback and music, too! "A Swim with the Sharks" by Powerman 5000, "Jaws Theme Swimming" by Brand New, "Feed My Frankenstein" by Alice Cooper, "Red Right Hand" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and "New Years Eve" by Tom Waits. Check out zedwordblog.com for Aaron's dalliances with the dead (sharks not guaranteed).
.: 1:25:00 :: 41.0 MB :: 02 January 2012 :.

226: Darryll got run over by a reindeer, but have no fear: this episode has enough dudes with names beginning with the letter D to shake a candy cane-shaped stick at. Damien joins Desmond once again to look at the unfortunate black comedy Two Front Teeth. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. officially debuts his new segment, Stay Scary, by reviewing William Castle's autobiography Step Right Up!: I'm Gonna Scare the Pants off America. There's tons of Christmas tune terror as long as you're still in the mood: "Cold Blooded Christmas" by Jon Lajoie, "The Christmas that Almost Wasn't" by Osaka Popstar and the American Legends of Punk, "Step Right Up" by Tom Waits, and "Silent Night Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns. Merry whatever and happy new socks!
.: 1:03:08 :: 30.5 MB :: 26 December 2011 :.

DMP 23: In the very first segment dedicated to discussing the endings of films in detail, Desmond and Darryll respond to Devil Dinosaur Jr.'s comprehensive e-mail about the religious implications of Frailty. Please, if you haven't seen Frailty, make sure you watch it (because it's great), and listen to this segment only after you've seen it.
.: 23:36 :: 11.5 MB :: 21 December 2011 :.

225: In the second installment of Yuletide terror, Desmond and Darryll review the Dutch film Sint (Saint), at least until they get bored and talk about superhero movies and other stuff. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. is back with a book review of Kim Newman's Nightmare Movies. Before all that, Desmond talks a little bit about a couple of documentaries he's watched recently: The Green Rush and Until the Light Takes Us. There's songs, too! "Saint and Sinner" by KISS, "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" by The Browns, "Nightmare" by Avenged Sevenfold, and "Reggae Christmas Eve in Transylvania" by Count Floyd all get a spin on the old Rudolph the Red-Nosed Record Player!
.: 1:05:23 :: 31.6 MB :: 19 December 2011 :.

DMP 22: It's much delayed, but give Desmond a break! He just found this review of True Blood season four he did with the lovely Megan on his hard drive! Better late than never, right? Interesting dynamic here: Megan is an avowed fan of True Blood since season one, and this is the first season Desmond's watched. What did the two think? Things to take away from this review: the girl who plays Jessica is incredibly hot. Really hot. Super hot. Oh, and also some of the guys might be good looking. Or something.
.: 19:57 :: 9.8 MB :: 13 December 2011 :.

224: This week, Desmond and Darryll kick off the Yuletide festivities by taking a look at last year's Finnish film Rare Export: A Christmas Tale. Then Desmond goes solo on the sexy horror anthology film Little Deaths. Songs included: "Buried by Christmas" by Wednesday 13, "Kidnap the Sandy Claws" by Danny Elfman, "Sex and Death" by Motorhead, and "Pretty Little Death Song" by The Headstones.
.: 56:50 :: 27.5 MB :: 12 December 2011 :.

223: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll come to terms with Lucio Fulci's The House by the Cemetery. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. stops by to do two short comic reviews of Hellboy: House of the Living Dead and Creepy Presents: Bernie Wrightson. Then, songs are played: "House by the Cemetery" by Wednesday 13, "Bob" by NOFX, "Creepy Crawly" by Michale Graves, and "It's Time to Party" by Andrew WK.
.: 56:47 :: 27.5 MB :: 05 December 2011 :.

222: In this episode of Dread Media, through the fog of red wine, two profane films are reviewed, but only one of them is worth your time. Which is it? Helldriver or Chillerama? Listen to find out! Splattering blood and other bodily fluids ahoy! Profane music: "Tokyo Vigilante #1" by Powerman 5000, "The Helldriver" by Voivod, "Drive In" by The Donnas, and "Wrong Turn" by The Young Werewolves.
.: 1:02:56 :: 30.4 MB :: 28 November 2011 :.

221: In this highbrow, literary episode of Dread Media, Desmond is joined by Brother D in the first installment of Read the Book to discuss Robert E. Howard's horror stories. Then Darryll and Desmond review a film based on another literary masterpiece: Frankenhooker. Songs included: "Opening Theme" and "Closing Theme" from Casonetto's Last Song by Luke Stark, "Frankenhooker" by The 69 Eyes, and "Dead Man in My Bed" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Visit Brother D at www.derekmkoch.com, and check out 1951 Down Place for all your Hammer Film Podcasting needs!
.: 1:48:18 :: 52.2 MB :: 21 November 2011 :.

220: We're doing it for the kids this week! Since all my other co-hosts are completely inappropriate, a slightly less inappropriate guest host named Jeff Strand joins us to talk about his sorta-kinda kids' book Fangboy, and his young adult splatter novel A Bad Day for Voodoo. Then, in a very special Growing Up Geek, Desmond is joined by his sons Cade and Davin to talk about a Reddick family favorite: The Monster Squad! But wait, there's more! Desmond goes solo on the painfully bad Spanish kids versus monster romp Buenas Noches, Senor Monstruo. Kid friendly tunes: "Kids in America" by Bloodhound Gang, "Waiting for a Bad Day for Voodoo" by Trevor Strong, "Rock Until You Drop" by Michael Sembello, "Buenas Noches, Senor Monstruo" by Regaliz, and "The Kids Who Wanna Play with the Dead" by Lordi.
.: 1:26:34 :: 41.8 MB :: 14 November 2011 :.

219: In this episode, Desmond and Darryll dive into the two-disc Blu-ray Ultimate Edition of Lucio Fulci's Zombie from Blue Underground. Then Desmond makes a case for the modern Canadian giallo Faces in the Crowd. Songs included: "Zombies March!" and "Zombie" by Gwar, "Forgotten Faces" by Avenged Sevenfold, and "Time to Die" by Hank Williams III. RIP Cory Smoot, AKA Flattus Maximus.
.: 1:16:17 :: 36.8 MB :: 07 November 2011 :.

DMP 21: Jeff fondly remembers a couple of horror film festivals that are now deceased, and shares the highlights of the Freak Show Film Festival.
.: 08:10 :: 4.1 MB :: 03 November 2011 :.

DMP 20: Seven comics, two men, two hours, all #1 issues. But what's the Madame Xanadu count? Listen to find out as Chris and Desmond take a break from your regularly scheduled program to discuss the seven first issues from The Dark line of DC's new 52 initiative. The first issues of Animal Man, Demon Knights, Frankenstein: Agent of SHADE, I, Vampire, Justice League Dark, Resurrection Man, and Swamp Thing all get their fair share of coverage.
.: 1:43:45 :: 47.6 MB :: 02 November 2011 :.

218: I'm going to need to see your license, registration, and earbuds. This episode, themed around law and order, has Desmond and Darryll reviewing the Blu-ray release of Maniac Cop. Then Desmond goes solo on the true crime documentary Pig Farm, and weirdo crime flick South of Heaven. A little bit of cop rock for ya: "It's the Law" by Social Distortion, "Police Truck" by Dead Kennedys, "Pig House" by The Melvins, "South of Heaven" by Slayer, and "I am the Law" by Anthrax.
.: 1:21:39 :: 39.4 MB :: 31 October 2011 :.

217: In this massive episode so big and in a week so fraught with emotional stress, Desmond forgets to mention his hiccups in the film review, and Chris Johnson brings an interview with Kurtis J. Wiebe about his new Image Comics horror series, Green Wake. Then Desmond and Darryll review the legendarily bad film Zombie Lake, and Desmond goes solo on the TV show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil. It's almost two hours of horror-podcasting goodness! Tunes included: "Green Hell" by The Misfits, "White Zombie" by Manimals, "The Lake" by King Diamond, "The Book of Heavy Metal (March of the Metalians)" by Dream Evil, and "Pure Evil" by The Meteors. Check out the first issue of Green Wake for free here: http://dailydead.com/exclusive-free-digital-version-of-green-wake-1/.
.: 1:52:07 :: 51.5 MB :: 24 October 2011 :.

DMP 19: The Commonwealth Crew get all British on your arse this week as they talk about Peter Cushing and Joan Collins in a review of the 1972 Amicus anthology film Tales from the Crypt! Don't fuck with Ian's rose garden. That's not a ginger euphemism, by the way.
.: 42:29 :: 20.6 MB :: 20 October 2011 :.

DMP 18: This episode of Gleefully Macabre is wayyyyy past deadline. But that's okay, because Jeff Strand is here to talk about deadlines, Best Worst Movie, and the promotional song for his upcoming novel "Waiting for a Bad Day for Voodoo" by Trevor Strong! Visit Trevor at www.trevorstrong.org and Jeff at www.jeffstrand.com.
.: 05:52 :: 3.0 MB :: 18 October 2011 :.

216: It's a mega-episode this week as Greg Lamberson stops by to talk tortured private detectives, werewolves, snow sharks, and... Tim Hortons? Then Desmond and Darryll dive into the classic John Carpenter film Escape from New York, where the last thing Kurt Russell wants to do is occupy Wall Street! Then, we can't go too long without a cinema verite film, can we? Zombie Diaries 2: World of the Dead gets a solo review. The following tunes get a spin: "Cosmic Drama" by Voivod, "Year of the Wolf" by Motorhead, "Escape" by Metallica, "Vacant World" by Diablo Blvd, and "A Drug Against Wall Street" by KMFDM.
.: 2:20:31 :: 67.7 MB :: 17 October 2011 :.

DMP 17: In the second installment of the TV-based segment, Megan is back to join Desmond on a discussion of the third season of the Canadian-produced Syfy show Sanctuary. Sexual innuendo and Hollow Earth all in one episode? What more do you want?
.: 22:25 :: 10.9 MB :: 12 October 2011 :.

215: Remember when I told you I'd podcast you last? I lied! This week Desmond and Darryll sit through a gory action double feature extravaganza across the ages. First up, the bizarre 1980 revenge-driven vigilante piece The Exterminator. Then 2009's Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren vehicle, Universal Soldier: Regeneration! These songs will get you in the mood for carnage: "Opening Titles (The Exterminator)" by Joe Renzetti, "Exterminate!" by Amen, "New Model No. 15" by Marilyn Manson, and "Punishment" by Biohazard. What the hell are you doing reading this? Listen!
.: 1:18:02 :: 37.7 MB :: 10 October 2011 :.

214: In this huge episode of Dread Media, Desmond interviews writers Colin Bryan and Emily Kieson who are raising money to produce their graphic novel 86 Plots through Kickstarter. Then Desmond and Darryll check out the latest Takashi Miike release, 13 Assassins. And just when you thought everything was going to have a number in the title this week, Desmond goes solo on a review of Medium Raw: Night of the Wolf. Songs on offer this week: "Dirt on the Grave" by Black Label Society, "Thirteen" by Johnny Cash, "Swordmaster" by 3 Inches of Blood, "Killer Wolf" by Danzig, and "Grave Diggers" by The Creepshow. Make sure to visit our new sponsors: www.shop.horrormovieempire.com and www.darkfuse.com. Visit the 86 Plots Kickstarter page here.
.: 1:36:20 :: 46.5 MB :: 03 October 2011 :.

213: After a long time dabbling in other genre and cult fair, Desmond and Darryll bring it back to the horror side of things with their review of the classic giallo film Torso. Then Desmond goes solo on the following three recently released slashers: Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2, Bereavement, and Frat House Massacre. Killer tunes: "Saint of Killers" by Damn Laser Vampires, "Torso" by The Browns, "Black Chrome" by Turbonegro, "Legacy of Hate" by Fight, "Brother" by Murder by Death, and "Smiling Like a Killer" by Motorhead. Visit www.horror-mall.com for 50% off any order of $50 and up for a limited time.
.: 1:07:23 :: 31.0 MB :: 26 September 2011 :.

DMP 16: This time, on the long-awaited return of Dying in the Gutters, Chris and Desmond dive into Tomb of Dracula #20-23 and Giant-Size Chillers #1. In this episode, Dracula cock-blocks teenagers, boots dudes in the balls, takes his daughter to a rugby game, and faces off against a super-powered br... I can't say it here. Seriously, why are you reading this? Listen you mortal peon, and pray that you don't get thrown against a wall.
.: 59:51 :: 28.9 MB :: 20 September 2011 :.

212: It seems like a break from the norm is becoming the status quo lately. But the car chase movie is a cult genre unto itself, and Darryll's a big fan. So that's what the boys thought they were going to see in this week's Roadkill Review of Drive. Then Desmond brings it back to horror with a review of the killer car film Super Hybrid. Turn the ignition and tune into WDMP for the following crazy car tunes: "You Drive Me Nervous" by Alice Cooper, "Drive" by Amen, "Hybrid Moments" by The Misfits, and "The Helldriver" by Voivod.
.: 1:16:50 :: 35.3 MB :: 19 September 2011 :.

211: Chop up a line and bang a groupie! It's a rock n' roll themed episode of Dread Media. The show is co-headlined by reviews of 80s rockabilly masterpiece Streets of Fire and 70s cocaine-fueled rock opera Phantom of the Paradise. Songs from said films include: "Nowhere Fast" and "Tonight is What it Means to be Young" by Fire Inc., and "Phantom's Theme (Full Version)" and "The Hell of it" by Paul Williams. Yes. I said Paul Williams.
.: 1:26:28 :: 41.7 MB :: 12 September 2011 :.

210: Put on yer Powers Boothe mask and take yer shirt off! Hunker down with Desmond and Darryll as they take in the Southern Gothic Bill Paxton masterpiece Frailty. Then Desmond goes solo on the woman-centered Canadian film Stained. The following tunes get a spin as well: "Hand of God" by The 69 Eyes featuring Ville Valo, "Peace in the Valley" by Johnny Cash, "Blood Stained" by Judas Priest, and "The Day the Earth Caught Fire" by The Misfits.
.: 54:53 :: 26.6 MB :: 05 September 2011 :.

DMP 15: Dread Reel-ief is back! And the Commonwealth Crew have the daunting task of reviewing the film based on Todd McFarlane's popular comic from the 1990s: Spawn. What do the boys think about it? Ian had to get drunk to review it. Oh yeah, and the world may end before the review is over. There's high stakes, people!
.: 25:06 :: 11.6 MB :: 29 August 2011 :.

209: In this episode, Desmond gets drunk and stares at hot Swedish women. One hot Swedish woman in particular: the gorgeous Christina Lindberg. But it's not creepy, because he's joined by DW, right? Anyway, the guys review the classic exploitation flick Thriller: A Cruel Picture. Then Desmond goes solo on Wide Open. Non-Swedish music by: "Stickin' In My Eye" by NOFX, "Thriller" by Aereogramme, "Open Door" by Pennywise, and "Around the Fur" by Deftones.
.: 58:01 :: 28.1 MB :: 29 August 2011 :.

208: In this drunken rock and roll episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll reference so many rock and roll movies that they can't remember the titles of most of them in their review of the Japanese zombie rock and roll classic Wild Zero. Then there's feedback. Rock tunes: "Jet Generation" and "Roaring Blood" by Guitar Wolf, "Manic Monday" by Leningrad Cowboys, and "Rock 'N' Roll Nightmare" by The Browns.
.: 1:21:03 :: 37.3 MB :: 22 August 2011 :.

207: Desmond may be on vacation, but that doesn't stop him and Darryll from delivering an episode packed with content. First, a review of the criminally under-seen and insane Spider Baby. Then cozy up for an epic round of listener Q&A. Also, why are the Dread Duo drinking rye and seawater? The answer can be found within this very episode! Thanks to listeners, Terry, Ian and Austen for their questions. The following degenerate songs get a spin: "Song from Spider Baby" by Lon Chaney, Jr. and Ronald Stein, "Surprise! You're Dead!" by Faith No More, and "Spider Baby" by Fantomas.
.: 1:44:07 :: 47.8 MB :: 15 August 2011 :.

206: This week sees a crime-ridden episode. First of all, grab a wrench, say "Shut up, crime," and ponder the sex appeal of Ellen Page in a superhero costume as Darryll and Desmond interrogate James Gunn's Super. Then Desmond goes solo while dusting James Ellroy's LA: City of Demons for fingerprints. The following songs are in the police lineup: "No Sense of Crime" by Iggy Pop & James Williamson, "I Don't Wanna Be (A Superhero)" by Roadrunner United featuring Michale Graves, "To Live and Die in LA" by 2Pac featuring Val Young, and "Murdera" by Sublime with Rome. Check out www.medallionpress.com to steal an e-book of Personal Demons by Greg Lamberson. But be careful, I'm watching you, punk!
.: 1:11:36 :: 34.6 MB :: 08 August 2011 :.

205: It's a huge episode of Dread Media as Darryll takes over! First Darryll talks to Steampunk artist Kyle Miller about T-Pain, furniture, and Back to the Future! Then he is joined by Desmond, first to wax philosophic on the post-apocalypse in their review of Stake Land, and then to talk about The Avengers and 3D vs. 2D in a pseudo-Roadkill Review of Captain America! But, wait! There's more! Songs a plenty: "Steam Rising" by Murder by Death, "Nightmare" by T-Pain, "Children of the Night" by Calabrese, "Coma America" by Amen, and "Earth Died Screaming" by Tom Waits. Check out Kyle's work at www.thingypsythief.com.
.: 2:32:42 :: 70.1 MB :: 01 August 2011 :.

204: In this themed episode on unreliable narrators, Desmond and Darryll take on the early 80s haunted whorehouse film The Nesting. Then Desmond reviews two low-budget Troma-released slashers: Blood Junkie and Killer Yacht Party. This musically diverse episode sees the following sonic swerves thrown at you: "Triskaidekaphobia" by Shooter Jennings & Heirophant, "In Her Fear" by Gwar, "Blood Junkie" by Lamb of God, "Yachtbirds" by MC Chris, and "Buenos Tardes Amigos" by Ween. Or does it?!!! Buh-buh-BAH!
.: 1:09:01 :: 31.8 MB :: 25 July 2011 :.

203: This week, Darryll and Desmond once again get real as they discuss [REC]2, which, beyond being a terribly difficult film title to type, is, as Darryll reminds us, another zombie found-footage film. They also bookend their conversation with talk of two imaginary films: Spike Lee's supposedly upcoming remake of Oldboy, and Darryll's proposed third film in the [REC] series. There are also songs! "Radio/Video" by System of a Down, "Possession" by Danzig, and "Fight 'em 'til You Can't" by Anthrax.
.: 1:16:55 :: 37.1 MB :: 18 July 2011 :.

DMP 14: This time the Commonwealth Crew take on Faust: Love of the Damned, a film so disappointing the guys get right to talking about how ludicrous it is and only end up delivering the premise in a roundabout way. It's funny to hear a British guy say "breasts" and "buttocks." This film has the same effect as a music therapy class full of abrasive death metal, which is fitting in so many ways. Seriously kids, watch it! It's family fun for everyone!
.: 21:18 :: 10.4 MB :: 12 July 2011 :.

202: This week, I Saw the Devil. But I did not see the deputy! Desmond goes solo on a psychological thriller far better than it had any right to be: Shelter. Feedback and tunes galore: "Feel Good Hit of the Summer" by Queens of the Stone Age, "Run Down the Devil" by Alice Cooper, "No Shelter" by Rage Against the Machine, and "Became" by Atmosphere.
.: 1:17:04 :: 35.4 MB :: 11 July 2011 :.

DMP 13: The four-color fellas return to pay tribute to the greatest horror comic series of all time by covering issues #16-19 of Tomb of Dracula and the first crossover issue: Werewolf by Night #15. Through it all, they discuss the strange names of the stories, mass transportation vampire children stories, and tons of pimp-smacking. DITG Fun Fact: Two characters pimp-smack Dracula in this episode, and neither of them are human! You have to listen to find out.
.: 1:13:53 :: 33.9 MB :: 05 July 2011 :.

201: Last week was the episode 200 spectacular, but there ain't no resting on our laurels here! This week we have an awesome interview with Scream Queen extraordinaire and star of The Frankenstein Syndrome: the beautiful and talented Tiffany Shepis! Then the beautiful and talented Darryll joins Desmond for a review of the exploitation film Trip with the Teacher. Tunes included: "Man or Monster" by Gorgeous Frankenstein, "Feed My Frankenstein" by Alice Cooper, "I'm Gonna Get You Yet" by The Gore Gore Girls, and "Bodies" by Veruca Salt.
.: 1:29:15 :: 43.1 MB :: 04 July 2011 :.

DMP 12: In the first installment of the TV-based Dread Media Presents minicast, Desmond is joined by Megan to take a look at Haven: Season One. Just how loosely based is it on Stephen King's Colorado Kid? What is the huge difference between the first eight episodes and the last five? And what does Megan think of Eric Balfour's butt? Check it out!
.: 28:20 :: 13.8 MB :: 03 July 2011 :.

DMP 11: This past week, one of the great legends of comic book art passed away. And Chris and Desmond take some time away from their Tomb of Dracula retrospective to pay tribute to Gene "The Dean" Colan. They talk about his impact in comic book history straight up to his Eisner Award-winning swan song in Captain America #601. Then hear the words from the man himself as they leave with a full replaying of the original, unedited interview Desmond conducted with The Gentleman on 06 April 2009 in episode 84. RIP Gene Colan (1926-2011).
.: 1:00:37 :: 27.9 MB :: 28 June 2011 :.

200: Well, here it is. Desmond and Darryll celebrate the much ballyhooed 200th episode of Dread Media by getting casual and chatting about some of the films they've covered in the past two hundred weeks. And booze. They drink a lot. They also go in-depth on your feedback, and give away a ton of cool prizes. The songs they play are: "Revelations" by Seppuku Paradigm, "Satan is Real / Straight to Hell (Medley)" by Hank Williams III, "See You in Hell" by Monster Magnet, "Run for Your Life" by Creepshow, "Theme for a Jackal" by The Misfits, and "Theme" by Jeff Grace. Thank you so much for your support over the past 200 episodes and here's to 200 more!
.: 4:11:15 :: 115.0 MB :: 27 June 2011 :.

DMP 10: The Reddick Boys are back, and this time we learn that Green Lantern is awesome and a little about Papa Reddick's dental history.
.: 13:56 :: 6.9 MB :: 24 June 2011 :.

DMP 09: It's the second installment of Dread Reel-ief, and the boys from the Commonwealth cover the 1994 Jim Carrey vehicle, The Mask! "But guys," you say, "The Mask isn't a horror film." "You're right, but listen here, bucko! This here is a mini-podcast dedicated to adaptations of horror comics. Not all of them are going to be horror films." Boom! Swerved ya!
.: 25:58 :: 12.0 MB :: 21 June 2011 :.

199: We're only a week away from the episode 200 spectacular, but there ain't no resting on our laurels here! Desmond kicks off the show with an interview of actor and comic book writer Sam Sarkar about his new project The Vault. Then Darryll joins us for a review of yet another French thriller: Diabolique. In fear of being too classy, Megan comes by to talk Mega-Python vs. Gatoroid, and a cameo by a special guest steals the review! Make sure to get your feedback in for episode 200 ASAP to be included in the giveaways next week! Songs included: "On Treasure" by Alestorm, "Vault 101" by Kirby Krackle, "When a Man Dies a Woman" by Amen, "I Think We're Alone Now" by Snuff, and "Reptile" by Nine Inch Nails.
.: 1:19:47 :: 36.7 MB :: 20 June 2011 :.

DMP 08: Desmond is joined by two new co-hosts to discuss X-Men: First Class in the latest new segment of Dread Media Presents: Growing Up Geek. And one of them really likes Beast.
.: 11:18 :: 5.3 MB :: 16 June 2011 :.

DMP 07: In the third episode of Gleefully Macabre, Jeff acknowledges how late this one is, and then talks about the soon-to-be-classic grindhouse film Hobo with a Shotgun, along with blaxploitation zombie classic Sugar Hill, and martial arts classic Enter the Dragon. He also says the word "tardy."
.: 6:41 :: 3.2 MB :: 14 June 2011 :.

198: How is it possible for a conversation on Zombie Bitches from Hell to move from Stanley Kubrick to White supremacists? Only on Dread Media. That's the conversation Desmond and Darryll have before diving into the first of this week's selection of French horror: La Horde. Then Desmond goes solo on Stranded (Djinns, en francais). Only one of the following songs is French! See, if you can pick out which one: "Hero" by Ministry, "J'aime Pas" by Sniper feat. Diams, "The Desert is on Fire" by Murder by Death, and "John Finn's Wife" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Pre-order How the West was Weird, volume 2 at www.pulpwork.com, and get your comments / questions in to episode 200!
.: 1:31:32 :: 44.2 MB :: 13 June 2011 :.

197: This week the dreadful duo dissect Roger Corman's Poe adaptation of The Fall of the House of Usher starring the incomparable Vincent Price. Then Desmond talks a little about the six-minute Tim Burton short film giving tribute to the man: "Vincent." Recently we marked the centennial of the great actor's birth, and this is the episode we have to pay tribute. Songs in tribute to the man: "The Ghost of Vincent Price" by Wednesday 13, "You've Got a Friend" by Vincent Price, "Vincent" by NOFX, and "Vincent Price Blues" by ZZ Top. Don't forget your comments and questions for episode 200!
.: 1:33:36 :: 43.0 MB :: 06 June 2011 :.

DMP 06: In the debut of a brand new minicast on Dread Media Presents, Desmond Reddick is joined by Ian Wilson for the beginning of their epic journey to review every horror comic book movie adaptation: Dread Reel-ief! First up, we get to know Ian and his experience with horror before digging in to the obscure 2000 Japanese film Uzumaki, based on the popular manga of the same name by Junji Ito. Plenty of laughs to be had, even before the weird J-pop song at the end: "Raven" by Break of Dawn. To the Commonwealth!
.: 37:03 :: 18.0 MB :: 03 June 2011 :.

196: This week, Dario Argento's Deep Red gets its long-awaited due. What did the boys think about it? And more importantly, how many boobs are in the film? Then Desmond goes solo on the French survival horror film Prey. Tunes getting a spin this week: "Red My Mind" by Voivod, "Profondo Rosso (Album Version)" by Goblin, "Iron Tusk" by Mastodon, and "March of the Pigs" by Nine Inch Nails. Listen to the feedback section for more information on the upcoming episode 200 extravaganza, and don't forget to get your copy of How the West Was Weird, volume 2 from www.pulpwork.com featuring a story by yours truly!
.: 1:14:24 :: 35.9 MB :: 30 May 2011 :.

DMP 05: A biker gang, an iron lung, pimp-smacking, a voodoo doll, and a vengeful Dracula. All these in just the first issue of the books Chris and Desmond cover this week in Dying in the Gutters! This week the boys take on issues #11-15 of Tomb of Dracula!
.: 1:05:08 :: 29.8 MB :: 25 May 2011 :.

195: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll tell you what's wrong with Hammer Studios' 1961 effort These Are the Damned. Then Desmond reviews Zoot Campbell's novel Zombie Bitches from Hell! So, that happens. Tunes included: "Black Leather Rock" by James Bernard, "Children of the Damned" by Iron Maiden, "Turbobitch" by The 69 Eyes, and "Remember Me" by Macho Man Randy Savage. RIP Donald Krim and Macho Man Randy Savage. Ooh yeah!
.: 1:13:06 :: 33.6 MB :: 23 May 2011 :.

194: In this massive episode, Desmond does an info dump on you guys before getting to the content. Important to note is that episode 200 is coming rapidly. Listen for your chance to be involved! Then Desmond and Darryll talk about Brian De Palma's Blow Out. Then Desmond goes solo on Vanishing on Seventh Street before digging into some feedback. Tunes included: "The Assassin" by Iron Maiden, "Blowout in the Radio Room" by Fight, "Walking in the Dark" by Goldfinger, and "Brain Damage" by The Browns. Check out Desmond guest-hosting episode 229 of The Splattercast at www.deadlantern.com and check out www.tshirtbordello.com for some great threads!
.: 1:30:20 :: 43.6 MB :: 16 May 2011 :.

193: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll examine the drug-fueled, early 70s, micro-budget, killer-mutant-turkey film Blood Freak. Then Desmond does his best to review the brand new release The Violent Kind without telling you anything about the film. Some freakishly violent songs: "Blood Sucking Freaks" by The Browns, "Bleed the Freak" by Alice in Chains, "Violent Pacification" by Slayer, and "Creeping Death" by Metallica.
.: 1:07:11 :: 30.9 MB :: 09 May 2011 :.

192: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond recounts a tale of aural terror so grim that you will be clutching your earholes in relief that it had nothing to do with you! Then when he's done talking to you about his weekend, Darryll joins him to review the 1970s Japanese art-house horror film House out now from Criterion. Terror tunes included: "The House" by Michale Graves, "House of Suffering" by Machine Head, and "Lend me Your Ears" by Thor and The Tritonz.
.: 1:06:39 :: 30.7 MB :: 04 May 2011 :.

191: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll come out to play-ay as they review the seminal cult film The Warriors. Then Desmond discusses his thoughts on the first season of The Walking Dead. Tunes included: "Theme from 'The Warriors'" by Barry de Vorzon, "In the City" by Joe Walsh, "Undead" by Hollywood Undead, and "Warrior" by Helloween.
.: 1:01:38 :: 28.4 MB :: 25 April 2011 :.

DMP 04: Prepare yourself for an episode of Dying in the Gutters so brimming with pimp-smack that Dracula doesn't discern between sex or even species in his indiscriminate need to wrap his fingers around your kisser. Join Desmond and Chris as they discuss Tomb of Dracula and explore monsters on the moor, children with a wanton lust for stabbing, and the introduction of perhaps the most famous vampire hunter of all.
.: 1:07:53 :: 31.2 MB :: 21 April 2011 :.

DMP 03: Jeff celebrates the milestone of reaching his second episode by talking about his plans for the 2011 World Horror Convention, and shares some horror stories of conventions past. And he learns the perils of "keepin' it real."
.: 08:16 :: 3.9 MB :: 20 April 2011 :.

190: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll make it a Chuck Norris birthday as they cover Hero and the Terror. Then Desmond goes solo on Walking the Dead before going over some great feedback. Things get dark here... very dark. Some tunes to brighten your listening experience: "The Hero" by Queen, "Experiment in Terror" by Fantomas, "The Walker" by Moistboyz, and "Close My Eyes" by Pain.
.: 1:04:23 :: 31.1 MB :: 18 April 2011 :.

DMP 02: In this thrilling episode of Gleefully Macabre, Jeff Strand talks about the gala premiere of the latest Herschell Gordon Lewis film, The Uh-Oh! Show, and shares life-changing behind-the-scenes insights about his 15 seconds on screen.
.: 07:01 :: 3.4 MB :: 13 April 2011 :.

189: Dread Media is mad as hell, and it can't take this anymore. So Desmond and Darryll decide to break their dry streak and take in two theatrical features as they do Roadkill Reviews on Insidious and Hobo with a Shotgun. After some feedback, join him for a fitting tribute to, the master, Sidney Lumet who left us this week. Shotgun ditties: "Blood Red Sandman" by Lordi, "Shotgun Blues" by Guns N' Roses, and "Davidian" by Machine Head.
.: 1:22:12 :: 37.8 MB :: 11 April 2011 :.

DMP 01: In this inaugural edition of Dread Media Presents, Dying in the Gutters busts into its own podcast. And Desmond brought a friend along. It's a segment so big, no episode could hold it. Join Desmond and Chris Johnson as they begin their epic voyage through the classic horror comic series Tomb of Dracula five issues at a time! What podcast could have conversations about Jack Palance, Indian stereotypes, and Dracula pimp-smacking a ho? This one, of course!
.: 58:34 :: 26.9 MB :: 06 April 2011 :.

188: This week, after Desmond drops some knowledge about the upcoming Dread Media Presents... Darryll joins him for a review of the 1981 Lucio Fulci classic The Beyond. Also, the mind-shattering true story behind the cause of World War II is revealed! And nothing will ever be the same! Tunes to carry you through one of the seven doors to Hell: "The Grave... & Beyond!" by Zombina & The Skeletones, "Beyond the Realms of Death" by Judas Priest, and "Thing Beyond Things" by Devin Townsend.
.: 1:16:18 :: 35.1 MB :: 04 April 2011 :.

187: It's murder, imprisonment, and revenge this week as Darryll treats Desmond to some Oldboy therapy. Desmond is sure to need therapy after a viewing of the weird true-crime documentary Bazaar Bizarre. Then he cleanses the palette with the revenge flick Grim. All this, plus feedback, another DVD giveaway contest, and announcements about the future of the podcast. The following terror tunes are waiting to take their aggression out on you: "Revenge" by Tom Araya, "Ten Ton Hammer" by Machine Head, "The Prisoner" by Suicidal Tendencies, "Grim Facts" by Alice Cooper, and "Revenge" by Ministry. Listen is what you're gonna do, or this podcast will go 1-8-7 on you!
.: 1:42:32 :: 47.1 MB :: 28 March 2011 :.

186: In this mammoth episode, Desmond and Darryll finally talk about the elephant in the room. They also talk about Dario Argento and the Blu-ray release of his film Inferno. Then Desmond goes solo on Devil's Playground before tackling a bunch of awesome feedback. The following terror tunes can be heard: "Maiden, Mother & Crone" by The Sword, "Inferno Finale" by Keith Emerson, "The Rage" by Judas Priest, and "Going Down" by The Creepshow.
.: 1:36:15 :: 44.2 MB :: 21 March 2011 :.

185: This week, pool your cash, because we are low budget! First up, Desmond and Darryll take a look at the Criterion release of 1970's Equinox. Then, it's chicks and chainsaws time as Desmond goes solo on the first season of Chainsaw Sally and Faces of Schlock: The Boobs and Blood Edition. The following lo-fi tunes were probably recorded on reel-to-reel, even though that is much more expensive than recording in Pro Tools, so never mind: "We Die Young" by Alice in Chains, "Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants" by Dillinger Escape Plan, "Crazy, Crazy Mama" by Roky Erickson, "Vampira" by Devin Townsend Band, and "My Poor Friend Me" by Frank Turner. That is all.
.: 1:01:33 :: 29.8 MB :: 14 March 2011 :.

184: In a decidedly non-horror episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll discuss two diverse features. First up is the harrowing and hilarious documentary The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia. Then, they try not to talk too much about the comic book that they adapted to make All-Star Superman. Songs to make you wanna dance in yer daddy's shoes: "Satan is Real / Straight to Hell" and "D. Ray White" by Hank Williams III, "Superman" by Duff McKagan, and "If You're Gonna be Dumb, You Gotta be Tough" by Roger Alan Wade.
.: 1:15:43 :: 34.8 MB :: 07 March 2011 :.

183: When is a lesbian vampire film not a lesbian vampire film? Desmond and Darryll answer that in their review of Daughters of Darkness. Then Desmond looks at the 3 Rs (rape, revenge, and remake) as he reviews 2010's I Spit on Your Grave. Keanu couldn't be here this week, but Desmond calls another mega-celebrity to make up for it. All in a good day's podcast. Tunes included: "Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" by Iron Maiden, "Strangers on a Train" by Lovage, "Raped and Freezin'" by Alice Cooper, and "Janie's Got a Dissolvo Ray" by Zombina and the Skeletones.
.: 1:15:55 :: 36.7 MB :: 28 February 2011 :.

182: Rape-revenge, a proto-Scream film, and an Epic Meal Time reference? Yup! It's an episode of Dread Media. Desmond and Darryll sit down to discuss I Spit on Your Grave, which is now out on Blu-ray, before Desmond goes solo on There's Nothing Out There. Rounding out the show is some excellent feedback, and the following terror tunes: "Spit it Out" by Slipknot, "Dirt on the Grave" by Black Label Society, "Nothing Terribly New" by The Hellacopters, and "That Time of the Month" by Harley Poe.
.: 1:09:19 :: 33.5 MB :: 21 February 2011 :.

181: Joining Desmond this week is Black Death director Christopher Smith to talk about his influences and the joys of filmmaking. Then there is nothing joyful when Desmond and Darryll take on Hatchet II. And a huge celebrity returns to Dread Media for the inaugural edition of his new segment! You'll have to listen to find out! Songs included: "Black Death" by Zombeast, "Empty Ships" by Creeper Lagoon, "Mr. Crowley" by Ozzy Osbourne, and "Bury the Hatchet" by Ghoultown.
.: 1:11:57 :: 33.1 MB :: 14 February 2011 :.

180: This week we hit both ends of the spectrum with the same director as Desmond and Darryll check out Christopher Smith's yet-to-be-released medieval plague film, Black Death, and his horror comedy, Severance. The following terror tunes get a spin on the old wheel: "Goin' Down to Dunwich" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "Necromancer" by Gnarls Barkley, "Workin' Man" by Hank III, and "Rotter" by Doomriders.
.: 1:36:19 :: 46.5 MB :: 07 February 2011 :.

179: The chief export of this podcast is pain this week as Desmond and Darryll take on the 1982 Chuck Norris classic Silent Rage. Then Desmond goes solo on Michael Louis Calvillo's novella Bleed for You. Songs, sure to kill you on contact, this week: "Eyes of a Ranger" by Chuck Norris, "I'm The Law" by The Chuck Norris Experiment, "Bleed For Me" by Black Label Society, and "The Kicking Machine" by The Melvins. Visit www.audibletrial.com/dreadmedia to get a free audiobook! Walker told me I have AIDS.
.: 1:05:50 :: 31.8 MB :: 31 January 2011 :.

178: This week, Greg Lamberson returns to talk about Slime City Massacre and his first two Jake Helman File novels now available as downloadable audiobooks! Then Desmond and Darryll make what they can of Lucio Fulci's Cat in the Brain. Songs included: "True Believers" by Bouncing Souls, "Voodoo" by Black Sabbath, "Mean Eyed Cat" by Johnny Cash, and "Wipe it 'til it Bleeds" by Turbonegro. Support Greg and Dread Media by partaking in a 14-day free trial at Audible.com by going to www.audibletrial.com/dreadmedia and getting either Personal Demons or Desperate Souls by Greg Lamberson for free!
.: 1:43:32 :: 49.9 MB :: 24 January 2011 :.

177: It's monkeys on Mars, brooding twenty-somethings, and French-Canadian werewolves in this family-friendly episode of Dread Media. Nothing here worse than PG-rated this week as Desmond and Darryll check out the Criterion release of Robinson Crusoe on Mars before Desmond goes solo on The Haunting of Amelia and Le Poil de la Bete (The Hair of the Beast). Tunes, family-friendly and not, include: "Fields of Mars" by Bad Religion, "Mars Needs Women" by Rob Zombie, "Everyone I Went to High School With Is Dead" by Mr. Bungle, "Hair of the Dog" by Guns N' Roses, and "Welcome to the Family" by Avenged Sevenfold.
.: 1:11:18 :: 34.4 MB :: 17 January 2011 :.

176: It's giant wild boars, human slavery, decapitations, and bad impressions this week on Dread Media. So, basically, it's business as usual. Darryll and Desmond look at Pig Hunt. Then Desmond goes solo on And Soon the Darkness, and the novella by Kurt Newton and LL Soares, Breaking Eggs, in a nasty classic episode. Tunes include: "Booneville Stomp" by Les Claypool, "I am a Pig" by Two, "The Human Traffic King (White Slavery Pt. 2)" by Necro, "Buried with Children" by Wednesday 13, and "Red Velvet Upholstery, Black Leather Curtains (Blade Slays Edward Remix)" by Mary Shelley Overdrive.
.: 1:17:12 :: 35.5 MB :: 10 January 2011 :.

175: This week Dread Media kicks off 2011 with a splat of bodily fluids as the Scumdog himself, Oderus Urungus of Gwar, joins Desmond to talk about sex, crack, Dana Carvey, and more! Then Jeff Crazy from It Came from the Basement reminisces with Desmond about the Gwar long-form music video "Phallus in Wonderland." And Desmond and Darryll explore the origins of Gwar's latest album by reviewing the film from which its name is derived: Bloody Pit of Horror! The following Gwar songs can be heard here: "Sick of You," "The Morality Squad," "Ham on the Bone," "Sick and Twisted," and "You Are My Meat." Check out Gwar online at www.gwar.net to buy their shit, and see Oderus's latest appearances on FOX News Red Eye. Find Jeff at: itcamefromthebasement.wordpress.com, www.myspace.com/helltrackca, and www.myspace.com/themotherfuckingbrowns.
.: 1:41:47 :: 46.8 MB :: 03 January 2011 :.

174: This Holiday limbo episode of Dread Media sees a clear departure from tradition, as Desmond and Darryll spend almost an hour talking about the Criterion release of David Cronenberg's Videodrome! Canadian television, the 1980s, and a certain actress' assets are also discussed. But the two go deep as well. Deep as a stomach vagina. Tunes included: "TV Casualty" by The Misfits, "All Hail the New Flesh" by Strapping Young Lad, and "Television" by Bad Religion.
.: 1:19:21 :: 36.5 MB :: 27 December 2010 :.

173: This week, after a cryptic announcement, Darryll reviews Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. He even lets Desmond say a few things! Then, Desmond slakes his thirst for blabbing with a Dying in the Gutters segment on Jason Aaron's Ghost Rider Omnibus. The following yuletide tunes should tide you over for the holidays: "The Biggest Killer in American History" by Bad Religion, "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads, "Ghost Rider" by Rollins Band, "Vigilante Christmas" by Kirby Krackle, and "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns!
.: 59:51 :: 27.6 MB :: 20 December 2010 :.

172: Think we're currently in the Golden Age of the superhero film? Wrong. This week Desmond and Darryll take a look at the lineage of the French superhero / antihero film. First up: one of the greatest comic films ever made: Mario Bava's 1968 psychedelic Danger: Diabolik. Then Desmond does a What Music They Make segment looking at Ennio Morricone's score for that film before Darryll returns to go over the first two films covering the silent exploits of the French pulp anarchist, Fantomas: 1913's Fantomas in the Shadow of the Guillotine, and Juve vs. Fantomas. It's a show loaded with debonair antiheroes and their lovely ladies. Enjoy! Diabolikal tunes abound: "Deep Down" by Mondo Cane, "Body Movin'" by The Beastie Boys, "Underwater Wah Wah" and other selected music from Ennio Morricone, "Experiment in Terror" by Fantomas, and "Something Diabolical" by The Bloodhound Gang.
.: 1:29:50 :: 36.3 MB :: 13 December 2010 :.

171: In this barbaric episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll review the strangely metaphysical Viking fight club epic, Valhalla Rising. Then, after a Dying in the Gutters segment on the BOOM! Studios comic The Anchor, Desmond does a track by track review of Gwar's latest album: Bloody Pit of Horror. Chest-thumping metal for everyone this week: "Onward to Valhalla" by 3 Inches of Blood, "Valhalla" by Black Sabbath, "Holy War" by The Lords of the New Church, "Kz Necromancer" by Gwar, and "Berserk!" by Suicidal Tendencies. This episode shall crush thine fleshy parts. Verily.
.: 1:31:43 :: 42.1 MB :: 06 December 2010 :.

170: In this week's misogynistic film round-up, Desmond and Darryll have a very uncomfortable conversation about sex, Nazis, and Smokey and the Bandit while reviewing Salon Kitty. Then Desmond is a little weirded out by how much he enjoyed Lars von Trier's controversial Antichrist. And he makes a lot of enemies in his review of the film Adrien Brody doesn't want you to see: Giallo. Then Darryll can't get enough and joins us for a little bit of feedback and a peanut butter 'nana sammich. Songs bordering on misogyny: "She" by KISS, "Nazi Girlfriend" by Iggy Pop, "Master's Hands" by Charlotte Gainsbourg, "She Is Beautiful" by Children of Bodom, and "Only Women Bleed" by Alice Cooper. Please don't tell my wife.
.: 1:29:34 :: 41.2 MB :: 29 November 2010 :.

169: This week, Dread Media has an episode for you, and you're probably going to like it. Desmond and Darryll discuss the tiers of John Carpenter's catalogue after a viewing of Prince of Darkness. Then Desmond goes solo on The Rig. Tunes included: "Speak of the Devil" by The Misfits, "Prince of Darkness" by Alice Cooper, "Ocean Man" by Ween, and "Perish in Fire" by Monster Magnet. Seriously, pray for death.
.: 1:02:55 :: 29.0 MB :: 22 November 2010 :.

168: In this massive episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll cover the sleaze classic Maniac. Then Desmond covers indie sleaze film Defiled, James Newman's sleazy novella The Forum, and a huge stack of not-so-sleazy comics from Dark Horse, DC, Humanoids, Marvel, and Radical! Also, sleazy songs: "Maniac's Theme (End Titles)" by Jay Chattaway, "Maniac" by Michael Sembello, "Rape Me" by Nirvana, "Come Join Us" by Bad Religion, "I Don't Wanna Be (A Superhero)" by Roadrunner United with Michale Graves, and "All Twisted" by CIV. Phew!
.: 1:19:21 :: 36.5 MB :: 15 November 2010 :.

167: We need an old priest and a young priest! And a sadly bloated former child actor! This week, in an episode dedicated to two very different films based on demonic possession, Desmond and Darryll cover The Exorcist and Night of the Demons. One's the most influential horror film of all time, and the other's a remake of a mediocre film from the 1980s. Strap in, Internet, because I think we might have broken Darryll. Demonic ditties include: an excerpt from "Tubular Bells" by Mike Oldfield, "The Exorcist" by The Hellacopters, "Night of the Demons" by 45 Grave, and "Possessions" by Strapping Young Lad.
.: 1:18:27 :: 36.1 MB :: 08 November 2010 :.

166: In honor of The Walking Dead on AMC, Megan joins Desmond for a discussion of the first episode and the rest of this episode is dedicated to zombies. Desmond reviews two indie features: Deadlands 2: Trapped and Dead Eyes Open. There's also a Dying in the Gutters segment on two Dylan Dog graphic novels. Zombie beats included: "Zombie Crush" by Groovie Ghoulies, "Dead Man Walking" by Raging Speedhorn, "At The Movies" by Bad Brains, "Dead Eyes Opened" by Severed Heads, "I Wanna Be Your Dog" by The Stooges, and "My Body's a Zombie for You" by Dead Man's Bones. Plus, what is Desmond reading, and just what is entailed in the beginning of his film career? Pull up a chair, grab a bowl of brains, and enjoy!
.: 1:05:53 :: 30.3 MB :: 01 November 2010 :.

165: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond interviews writer, editor, TV host, and horror journalist Stanley Wiater! Then Darryll joins us for a review of Something Wicked This Way Comes as a seminal Halloween treat. Songs included: "Dream Master" by The 69 Eyes, "Dream Evil" by Dio, "Wicked & Weird" by Buck 65, and "Being an Asshole is your Pre-existing Condition." Visit Stanley Wiater at www.stanley-wiater.com.
.: 1:45:52 :: 48.6 MB :: 25 October 2010 :.

164: In this episode, Desmond welcomes fantasy artist Mike Dubisch to the show to talk about his newest project that you can help happen on Kickstarter.com: Black Velvet Cthulhu! Mike is a talented artist who talks openly about his artistic and literary influences, as well as his colorful career. Then Darryll joins Desmond for a discussion on the Soderbergh film Kafka. Tunes include: "Lament for a Toy Factory" by Dr. Steel, "3 Shades of Black" by Hank III, "Paranoid" by Hellsongs, and "LIfe in Black" by Fight. Support Mike here: http://kck.st/avqYU7.
.: 1:35:56 :: 44.1 MB :: 18 October 2010 :.

163: In this revenge-themed episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll take in a double-feature of films that sit on the opposite ends of the spectrum. First up, Robert Forster and Fred Williamson take back the streets in Vigilante, then Gary Oldman and Paddy Considine take back the Spanish countryside in The Backwoods. Mirth, mayhem, and tunes ensue: "New York's Alright (If You Like Saxophones)" by Fear, "Stand Your Ground" by Rancid, "Hunting Humans" by The Misfits, and "Revenge is a Vulture" by 3 Inches of Blood. Take back the podcast!
.: 1:26:48 :: 39.9 MB :: 11 October 2010 :.

162: In this week's episode of Dread Media, Desmond is joined by the guitar player and founding member of the quintessential power metal band, Helloween: Michael Weikath. They talk about modern recording technology, touring, and the band's newest release: 7 Sinners. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of the low-budget indie film Heavy Mental. Also feedback, including Bette and Darren's rundown of the recent Horrorfind convention. Songs included: "Kill It" and "Are You Metal?" by Helloween, "Far Beyond Metal" by Strapping Young Lad, and "Operation: Get the Hell Out of Here" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets.
.: 1:12:05 :: 33.2 MB :: 04 October 2010 :.

161: This week, your host may be sick but he still delivers killer ski lifts, mind-altering parasites, and zombies with machetes. Desmond and Darryll cover Adam Green's Frozen. Then Desmond goes solo on Greg Lamberson's latest book, Desperate Souls and the sci-fi / horror B movie Growth. Tunes include: "Mr. Freeze" by Slayer, "It's Cold Outside" by The Dead Boys, "The Lost Souls" by AFI, "Insects" by Osaka Popstar and the American Legends of Punk, and "Black Light God" by Mary Shelley Overdrive.
.: 55:54 :: 25.7 MB :: 27 September 2010 :.

160: In this jam-packed episode of Dread Media, five films and a novel are covered. Desmond even talks about a comic, too! He is joined by Darryll first to review the Blu-ray of the 1960s Italian crime film Machine Gun McCain. Then Desmond covers the Feeding the Masses Horror Collection which features micro-budget efforts: Feeding the Masses, Creature form the Hillbilly Lagoon, Necroville, and Splatter Disco. Then a modern pulp novel is reviewed: Dillon and the Legend of the Golden Bell by Derrick Ferguson. Tunes included: "Ballata di Hank McCain" by Ennio Morricone, "Spot Where they Gunned him Down" by Deadbolt, "Nobody Likes You (When You're Dead)" by Zombina and the Skeletones, "Disco's Out, Murder's In" by Suicidal Tendencies, "The Gold Medal" by The Donnas, and "A Delirium of Fireflies" by Mary Shelley Overdrive.
.: 1:14:15 :: 34.2 MB :: 20 September 2010 :.

159: This week, death rock legend Eerie Von joins Desmond to talk about The Misfits, his incredible career in music, photography and painting, and his book Misery Obscura: The Photography of Eerie Von, documenting the rise of The Misfits, Samhain, and Danzig. Join us! Every song this week features Eerie Von: "Halloween II" by Samhain, "How the Gods Kill" by Danzig, "Please Don't Wake Me," and "Good" by Eerie Von. Visit Eerie at www.eerievon.com.
.: 1:33:24 :: 42.9 MB :: 13 September 2010 :.

158: In another massive episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll present a Roadkill Review on Robert Rodriguez's modern exploitation bonanza, Machete. Then, what does a paranoid conspiracy theorist think about Machete? Dread Media presents part of Alex Jones' radio show to answer that question. Just when you thought it was okay to enjoy a film again, it's only a plot to kill whitey. Then, rational though returns to the podcast as Desmond reviews the latest chunk of releases from Radical Comics. Tunes included: "Down in Mexico" by The Coasters, "Killer in Texas" by Ghoultown, "Master Race Rock" by The Hellacopters, "Roots Radicals" by Rancid, and "Dirty Black Summer" by Danzig.
.: 1:56:37 :: 53.5 MB :: 06 September 2010 :.

157: This week it's a mummy special on Dread Media! Darryll and Desmond sit down to discuss Hammer's 1959 effort, The Mummy. Then Brother D from Mail Order Zombie joins Desmond for a What Music They Make segment, discussing the score to the 1932 Mummy film and a bit about the Hammer film score. Darryll comes back for a viewing of the classic Universal film The Mummy before Desmond goes solo on a Dying in the Gutters segment discussing the 1970s Marvel saga of The Living Mummy! All that plus feedback, and the following mummified monster music: "The Mummy Song" by Phineas and Ferb, "Me and My Mummy" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett and the Crypt Kickers, "Curse of the Pharaohs" by Mercyful Fate, "Helen Calls to Isis / The Destruction of Im-Ho-Tep " by James Dietrich, "Im-Ho-Tep (Pharaoh's Curse)" by Iced Earth, "The Mummy" by Bob McFadden and Dor, and "Wrap it Up" by The Fabulous Thunderbirds.
.: 1:39:37 :: 45.8 MB :: 30 August 2010 :.

156: In this episode of Dread Media, we start things off far from the horror spectrum and slowly move towards it, but dropping in quality with each step. What have we learned? I don't know. First up, Desmond and Darryll discuss the violent animated feature Batman: Under the Red Hood, then Desmond goes solo on Uwe Boll's Final Storm and Argento-wannabe Finale. Tunes include: "The Godamn Batman" by Mary Shelley Overdrive, "Lil' Red Ridin' Hood" by Children of Bodom, "Storm Coming" by Gnarls Barkley, "Where the Sky Ends" by Michale Graves, and "Final Day" by Pennywise.
.: 1:13:17 :: 33.8 MB :: 23 August 2010 :.

155: In this episode, Joe R. Lansdale returns to talk about genre fiction, the future of publishing, and his recent work in a great extended interview. Then Darryll joins Desmond to review one of those recent works: the animated short, DC Showcase: Jonah Hex. Tunes included: "Coattails of a Dead Man" by Tom Waits and Primus, "Death of Jonah Hex" by Ghoultown, "Train Assault" by Mastodon, and "My Body's a Zombie for You" by Dead Man's Bones.
.: 1:41:08 :: 46.5 MB :: 16 August 2010 :.

154: This week, it's another trip to Tromaville as Desmond and Darryll get a look at the modern Troma classic Tromeo & Juliet. Then Desmond goes solo on the Scottish thriller Dark Nature. And don't forget the Tromatic terror tunes: "Highway 90" by Jane Jensen, "Romeo" by Sublime, "Everybody Dies" by the cast of The Toxic Avenger Musical, and "Sacrifice" by Motorhead.
.: 55:07 :: 25.4 MB :: 09 August 2010 :.

153: In this episode of Dread Media, it's a masked vengeance double feature as Desmond and Darryll sit down to talk about The Prowler, then Desmond goes solo on Nine Dead. And if you thought last week's celebrity appearance was big... Tunes this week are as follows: "Screaming for Vengeance" by Iced Earth, "Prowler" by Iron Maiden, "The Collector" by Nine Inch Nails, and "Revenge" by Mindless Self Indulgence.
.: 1:00:44 :: 28.0 MB :: 02 August 2010 :.

152: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick welcomes author Jeff Jacobson to the show to talk about being the weird kid in high school, heavy metal, and, of course, his novels. And Desmond reviews the Book of Lore / Grave Mistakes Horror Double Feature solo, except for one surprise guest. Then he ends the show with the world podcast debut of Mary Shelley Overdrive's new song! The tunes this week: "The Huntmaster" by Alestorm, "Execution Tank" by 3 Inches of Blood, "Eat Me Alive" by Judas Priest, and "Belladonna" by Mary Shelley Overdrive. Visit Jeff at www.jefforyjacobson.com, and Mary Shelley Overdrive at www.maryshelleyoverdrive.blogspot.com.
.: 1:25:53 :: 39.5 MB :: 26 July 2010 :.

151: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll are impressed if not a little confused by Uncle Sam, and then Desmond is just plain unimpressed with ROT: Reunion of Terror. Then Desmond is totally impressed with The Calling: Cthulhu Chronicles #1. Plus, feedback and impressive songs: "Son of Sam" by The Dead Boys, "4th of July" by Soundgarden, "Rot For Me" by Wednesday 13, "Cthulhu" by Zombeast, and "I'll Finish You Off" by The Melvins.
.: 1:17:16 :: 35.5 MB :: 19 July 2010 :.

150: It's another look at some Troma films this week as Desmond and Darryll tangent off into sleaziness and your host's resemblance to Burt Reynolds while reviewing the Blu-ray edition of Class of Nuke 'Em High. Then Desmond tries to see the good in Bigfoot. Plus, there's lots of beer. And songs! "Nuke 'Em High Theme" by Biohazard (not that Biohazard), "Radiation Day" by Monster Magnet, "Missing Link" by Dinosaur Jr. and Del tha Funkee Homosapien, and "Six Pack of Beer" by Hank Williams III all get spins of the terror playlist this week.
.: 1:07:18 :: 31.0 MB :: 12 July 2010 :.

149: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll pore over the amazing Canadian zombie film Pontypool. Then Desmond checks out Bitch Slap and debates the merit of T&A. And finally, a track-by-track review of the newest offering from Danzig: Deth Red Sabaoth. All this, plus tunes: "It's Only the End of the World" by Harley Poe, "Radio" by Alkaline Trio, "Bitchin'" by The Donnas, "Rebel Spirits" by Danzig, and "When the Radio Goes Dead" by Shooter Jennings and Hierophant.
.: 1:27:44 :: 40.3 MB :: 05 July 2010 :.

148: In this Spaghetti Western special, Desmond and Darryll take a look at two very different films in the Django legacy: the original badass Django on Blu-ray, and the bizarre and puzzling Takashi Miike film Sukiyaki Western Django. Trust me, this one's fun. Of course, suitable songs are played as always: "Django" by Luis Bacalov, "Django" by Rancid, "Japanese Cowboy" by Ween, and "Carry the Coffin" by Ghoultown. So go ahead, draw first. I dare you!
.: 1:09:29 :: 32.0 MB :: 28 June 2010 :.

147: In this episode of Dread Media, it's an odds and ends bonanza as Megan joins Desmond for a discussion on the second season of Sanctuary, then Desmond takes on Attack of the Vegan Zombies. Richard then calls in a review of Jonah Hex. All this, plus the following grab-bag of terror tunes: "TV Casualty" by The Misfits, "Sanctuary" by Alice Cooper, "Ecocide" by Earth Crisis, and "Death of Jonah Hex" by Ghoultown.
.: 57:07 :: 26.3 MB :: 21 June 2010 :.

146: This week it's a tribute to the premiere independent film studio: Troma! First up, Desmond force-feeds the Poultrygeist Blu-ray to Darryll. Then Desmond goes it alone with the lost masterpiece Troma's War, and the blackly comic Pep Squad. There's talk of poop, war, and cheerleaders, which is business as usual. Terror tunes include: an excerpt from "Daddy, I Don't Like Chicken" by Louis CK, "Chicken" by Buckethead, "Poultrygeist" by Calamari Safari, "America, Fuck Yeah!" from Team America: World Police, "Be Aggressive" by Faith No More, and "El Dorado" by Iron Maiden. Check it out!
.: 58:36 :: 27.0 MB :: 14 June 2010 :.

145: This week Desmond and Darryll pay tribute to the legendary late Hollywood maniac Dennis Hopper by reviewing the film that contains perhaps his greatest role: David Lynch's Blue Velvet. All this plus chitchat, voicemails, and the following audio oddities: "Montage: Blue Velvet - Blue Star" by Isabella Rossellini and Angelo Badalamenti, "In Dreams" by Roy Orbison, and "If" by Dennis Hopper. RIP Dennis Hopper.
.: 1:06:28 :: 30.6 MB :: 07 June 2010 :.

144: In this massive episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll debate the finer points of Lovecraftian cinema, gore, and misogyny after viewing City of the Living Dead, and The Human Centipede (First Sequence) inspires Desmond and DW to write poetry and follow their dreams. Combined with Desmond's musings on Celebritygeddon and the following tunes, it's 100 minutes of gut-wrenching terror: "Father's Grave" by Melissa Auf der Maur with Glenn Danzig, "Paura Suite One (Gates of Hell) - Tears of Blood" by Penis Flytrap, "Centipede" by Strapping Young Lad, and "'Til We Die" by Slipknot. RIP Dennis Hopper, Paul Gray, etc.
.: 1:40:01 :: 45.9 MB :: 31 May 2010 :.

143: In this huge episode of Dread Media, Desmond interviews Vincenzo Natali about his upcoming film Splice, and his classic dark sci-fi work, Cube. Then DW is back, and he and Desmond talk about Stargate: Atlantis, their in-development werewolf / vampire buddy cop show, and, oh yeah, the Cube series. Hint: the first film's really good, one of the films is really bad, and it wouldn't be a DW / Desmond discussion if they didn't disagree about something. Then the show is rounded out with an off-the-cuff What Music They Make, paying tribute to the metal legend Ronnie James Dio. Tunes include: "Hybrid Moments" by The Misfits, "Man in the Box" by Alice in Chains, "CUBErt" by System of a Down, and "Holy Diver" and "Scream" by DIO. RIP Ronnie James Dio.
.: 2:16:08 :: 62.5 MB :: 24 May 2010 :.

142: This week it's a massive episode of man and machine. Desmond and Darryll do a Roadkill Review of the recently released Iron Man 2. Then Desmond reviews the killer-car film Phantom Racer. Then it's Desmond's break time as Richard from Wichita reviews Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie's Gruesome Twosome tour. Desmond returns for the video game horror film Ghost Machine. Then, a ton of feedback. Tunes include: "Iron Man" by Ozzy Osbourne with Therapy?, "Whiplash" by Metallica, "Return of the Phantom Stranger" by Rob Zombie, "Woman Machine" by Alice Cooper, "Space Ghosts" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, and "Hands of Death" by Alice Cooper with Rob Zombie.
.: 1:50:53 :: 50.9 MB :: 17 May 2010 :.

141: It's a Greg Lamberson special here at Dread Media as Desmond and Darryll battle over the 1989 cult classic Slime City. But how do the two feel about its long-awaited sequel, the yet-to-be-released Slime City Massacre? Listen to find out. Plus, Desmond reviews Greg's latest novel, Frenzy Way. Slime songs aplenty: "Slime City Song" by Holy Mary Motor Club, "Slime City Massacre (Demo)" by Dead House Music, "Slime City Massacreeee" by Crankdaddy, "The Wolf is Loose" by Mastodon, and "I Melt With You" by Nouvelle Vague. Get slimy!
.: 1:24:58 :: 39.1 MB :: 10 May 2010 :.

140: In this episode of Dread Media, we celebrate Anime Week at Earth-2.net to coincide with the 50th episode of Animezing Podcast. Host Kellen Scrivens joins Desmond to talk about the first seven episodes of Hell Girl. Then Desmond goes solo on Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic. Hellish tunes include: "From Hell They Came" by The Misfits, "All Hell Breaks Loose" by Sick of it All, "The Lost Souls" by AFI, and "Bloodshot" by HelltracK. Check out HelltracK at www.myspace.com/helltrackca.
.: 1:35:41 :: 44.0 MB :: 03 May 2010 :.

139: In this massive vampire-themed episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick is proud to present an interview with stand-up comedy and acting legend Kevin Pollak about his directorial debut, Vamped Out. Then Tom Deja from Better in the Dark joins us for a discussion about Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter. And Darryll joins us for a discussion about the softcore lesbian vampire epic Vampyres. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of FVZA #3 from Radical Comics before Megan joins him for a review of the novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Tunes include: "Dad and Halloween" by Kevin Pollak, "Suburban Vampire" by The Browns, "Looking for Blood" by The Donnas, "Vampira" by Devin Townsend Band, "Drain the Blood" by The Distillers, "The Hunter" by Danzig, and "Let the Blood Run Red" by Thor. Check out Vamped Out at www.babelgum.com/vampedout. And buy Dark: A Horror Anthology at www.createspace.com/3445511. And check out Desmond's new column "Postcards from the Event Horizon" at www.revolutionsf.com.
.: 2:02:03 :: 56.0 MB :: 26 April 2010 :.

138: In this episode of Dread Media, it's a first for the show, with three reviewers in a Roadkill Review. Shaun joins Darryll and Desmond to talk about Kick-Aass. Then Desmond and Darryll take a look at Dread. The following terror tunes are played: "Just Say No to Love" by Iommi and Peter Steele, "I'm Gonna Kick Your Ass" by The Moistboyz, "In Her Fear" by Gwar, and "Black Sabbath" by Type O Negative. RIP Peter Steele.
.: 1:32:33 :: 42.5 MB :: 19 April 2010 :.

137: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond chats about horror and the state of Fangoria with the legendary magazine's new editor-in-chief, Chris Alexander. Then Darryll and Desmond sit down to talk about sitcoms from the 80s and Angel Heart. Stick around, you might like it. Tunes aplenty: "New Fang" by Them Crooked Vultures, "Deal with the Devil" by Judas Priest, "Heart of the Devil" by Danzig, and "Alcoholocaust" by Machine Head.
.: 1:32:56 :: 42.7 MB :: 12 April 2010 :.

136: Things go a little crazy this week as Desmond, Darryll, and William Shatner present a review of the Spanish time travel thriller Timecrimes... from the future! Then Desmond goes solo, furthering the foreign film theme with the brooding Finnish period piece Sauna. Songs included: "Time Got No Time to Wait for Me" by The Hellacopters, "Time" by Rebel Meets Rebel, "Sin's a Good Man's Brother" by Monster Magnet, and "Babylon's Burning" by Babylon Bombs. Check out www.darkhorroranthology.blogspot.com for Desmond's first published story!
.: 1:04:41 :: 29.8 MB :: 05 April 2010 :.

135: It's the much ballyhooed, long-awaited Celebrity Co-host Spectacular #1 featuring the illimitable horror-comedy maestro of fiction, Jeff Strand. First Desmond and Jeff (or Jeff and Desmond, as Jeff would have it) talk a little bit about Jeff's upcoming releases, Dweller and Kutter, then they dive into a review of Return of the Living Dead Part II. Does the 80s horror comedy sequel live up to the original? Does it hold up today? Is it even watchable? Not really. Then the two sit back for an extended Q&A with Dread Media listeners and Jeff Strand fans alike in this history-making episode of your favorite horror podcast. There's writing advice, serious literary discussion, and tons of laughs to be had. Except cheese. We don't make any jokes about cheese. Jeff's selected playlist for this episode is as follows: "Dweller" by Trevor Strong, "Cruel, Cruel Moon" by Paul and Storm, "Rippy the Gator" by the Arrogant Worms, and "Creepy Doll" by Jonathan Coulton. Follow-up questions to be fielded in the episode 135 feedback thread at http://forums.earth-2.net.
.: 1:41:59 :: 46.8 MB :: 29 March 2010 :.

134: In this Belgian-themed episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll sit down to have an in-depth discussion of one of Desmond's favorite movies, 1988's The Vanishing. Then Desmond goes solo on Left Bank, a 2008 Belgian film. Also, Desmond reads a submission from Brain Kaufman regarding Denver's "March of the Zombies II," a zombie-themed fashion show! All this plus the winners of the Dead Beyond the Fence / Sorority Row giveaway, and tunes aplenty: "Vanishing" by A Perfect Circle, "Purity" by Slipknot, "The Cellar" by King Diamond, "Anti-Fashion" by Social Distortion, and "Zombie Apocalypse Blues" by Mary Shelley Overdrive.
.: 1:11:29 :: 32.9 MB :: 22 March 2010 :.

133: Is 1973's Don't Look Now a hidden gem or something that deserves to be left in the past? Desmond and Darryll answer that very question in their review of the Donald Sutherland / Julie Christie vehicle. Then Desmond gets inside Rob Zombie's latest musical outing, and guess what? It's a sequel. Hellbilly Deluxe 2: Noble Jackals, Penny Dreadfuls, and the Systematic Dehumanization of Cool gets a no holds barred, track-by-track review this week as well. Tunes included: "Lil' Bloodred Ridin' Hood" by Children of Bodom, "The Things People Do When They Think No One's Looking" by Hella, "Burn" by Rob Zombie, and "Viva Las Vegas" by Dead Kennedys. Make sure you enter the Dead Beyond the Fence giveaway, and get a signed copy of the book just by emailing me your address.
.: 1:35:51 :: 44.0 MB :: 15 March 2010 :.

132: Is Black Dynamite a satire or spoof? These two honkies are here to give you proof. And if that ain't enough, we'll show you who's tough. There's afros, soul sisters, and broken bones when Des and Darryll watch Black Belt Jones. Sit back and relax is what you should do in the Dread Media special on blaxploitation kung fu. You dig?
.: 1:06:33 :: 30.6 MB :: 08 March 2010 :.

131: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll discuss the homogenization of beauty in Hollywood, white-man kung fu, and unibrows. Ooh yeah! And they review the Blu-ray edition of George A. Romero's The Crazies. Then Desmond goes solo on Perkins' 14 and Brian Kaufman's zombie apocalypse novel Dead Beyond the Fence. Tunes include: "Crazy People" by Rehab, "Crazy" by Mushroomhead, "Teenage Monster" by Michale Graves and Damien Echols, "Dead!" by My Chemical Romance, and "Ain't No Grave" by Johnny Cash.
.: 1:02:20 :: 28.7 MB :: 01 March 2010 :.

130: It's a double dose of Desmond and Darryll this week as they do a Roadkill Review of the latest Martin Scorsese film, Shutter Island. Then they sit back to review the period piece House of the Devil while playing songs recorded no later than 1989! There's tons of homoerotic tension and giggling, as well as some wonky audio in the feedback section. Par for the course in this massive episode of Dread Media! Tunes include: "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" by Metallica, "Island of Domination" by Judas Priest, "Shout at the Devil" by Motley Crue, and "Sanity" by Bad Religion.
.: 1:28:12 :: 40.5 MB :: 22 February 2010 :.

129: It's another Fulci spectacular here on Dread Media as Desmond and Darryll take a look at the Blu-ray of New York Ripper, then Desmond goes solo on Fulci's final film, Door Into Silence. All this plus feedback and the following tunes: "New York, One More Day" by Another Dead Junkie, "Door Into Silence" by Carfax, "From Here to the Hearse" by Wednesday 13, and "Touch Me, I'm Sick" by Mudhoney. Don't forget your questions for the Jeff Strand co-host show, email them to me or to Jeff at jeffstrand@aol.com.
.: 1:03:23 :: 29.2 MB :: 15 February 2010 :.

128: It's a classic-style episode of Dread Media as Desmond and Darryll sit down to review the recently released Zombieland. Then Desmond looks at two recent Radical Comics releases: FVZA #2 and Legends: The Enchanted #0. He tops it all off with a track-by-track review of Slayer's latest album, World Painted Blood. Make sure you get your questions in for Jeff Strand's upcoming appearance, and check out the following tunes: "Zombie Apocalypse" by Kirby Krackle, "For Whom the Bell Tolls" by Metallica, "Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants" by Dillinger Escape Plan, "Hate Worldwide" by Slayer, and "The Hills Have Eyes" by The 69 Eyes.
.: 1:34:49 :: 43.6 MB :: 08 February 2010 :.

127: In this episode of Dread Media, Darryll is afraid his wife will find out he and Desmond watched Black Devil Doll. And Desmond doesn't know how to synopsize Nightmare, so he lets the film do it itself. Confused? Join me. Tunes include: "Devil Doll" by The Misfits, "Playing with Dolls" by Slayer, "Welcome to my Nightmare" by Alice Cooper, and "Black Sails at Midnight" by Alestorm.
.: 59:29 :: 27.4 MB :: 01 February 2010 :.

126: This week Desmond and Darryll cover the sleazy 70s horror flick The Toolbox Murders, while Desmond goes solo in this edition of So Bad it's Good? on the straight-to-DVD, uhm, sleazy horror flick The Backlot Murders. Feedback, tunes, and plugs aplenty. Tunes include: "Dead in Hollywood" by The Murderdolls, "Stinkfist" by Tool, "Whatever Happened to Corey Haim" by The Thrills, and "We Hate Everyone" by Type O Negative.
.: 1:22:50 :: 38.2 MB :: 25 January 2010 :.

125: In this fourth wall-breaking episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll (and by default you) take a look at the controversial Michael Haneke film Funny Games. Then Desmond goes it alone on Stan Helsing, the new horror spoof film from those who brought you Scary Movie. Also, Richard from Wichita and Desmond have a back and forth on e-mail about Avatar, comics, and Asian horror. Tunes include: "My Wall" by Ten Foot Pole, "Hellraiser" by Naked City, "Funny" by Scars on Broadway, and "Chapter Four" by Avenged Sevenfold. RIP The Rev.
.: 1:17:35 :: 35.7 MB :: 18 January 2010 :.

124: It's all about body parts this week as Darryll and Desmond watch the original Pang Brothers film, The Eye. Then Desmond smells, I mean, reviews Jeff Strand's novella The Severed Nose. Check out Movies About Girls at www.moviesaboutgirls.com, and make sure to vote for Dread Media in the Earth-2.net Mainpage Awards. Or I'll cut your nose off! Tunes include: "Electric Eye" by Judas Priest, "Caught My Eye" by Danzig, "Nosebleed" by the Deftones, and "Witchdoctor" by Clutch.
.: 1:08:52 :: 31.7 MB :: 11 January 2010 :.

123: How awesome would it be if Dread Media rang in the New Year with any of the following: naked space vampire babes, a man French kissing Patrick Stewart while he has a seizure, homicidal Christmas trees, or Eighties glam rock stars playing with children's toys? How about ringing the New Year in with all of them? Oh yeah! This week, Desmond and Darryll sit down to review the Tobe Hooper-directed, Dan O'Bannon-scripted masterpiece Lifeforce, then the duo talks about Jason Eisener's short film "Treevenge," and Desmond embarks on a new segment that is sure to kill him where he stands when he discusses Phil Lewis' (L.A. Guns) first film role in Witchmaster General.
.: 1:07:01 :: 30.8 MB :: 04 January 2010 :.

122: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick is drunkenly joined by two guests to talk about the life and work of the late Dan O'Bannon. Aaron from The Zed Word joins us to discuss the man's influence on the zombie subgenre, and Ian stops by to review Return of the Living Dead. All terror tunes this week can be found on the ROTLD soundtrack: "Partytime (Zombie Version)" by 45 Grave, "Nothing for You" by TSOL, and "Take a Walk" by The Tall Boys. Visit Dan O'Bannon's official site at www.danobannon.com, and Aaron at the premier zombie blog on the Internets at www.zedwordblog.blogspot.com. RIP Dan O'Bannon.
.: 52:23 :: 24.1 MB :: 28 December 2009 :.

121: In this Christmas-sized episode, Desmond and Darryll sit down to talk about the Jack Ketchum adaptation Offspring before Desmond goes solo on Slaughter and The Seamstress. Check out the feedback and the tunes: "Monster's Holiday" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett, the world broadcast premiere of "Slime City Massacre" by Crankdaddy, "Bad Habit" by The Offspring, "Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" by Iron Maiden, "Christmas with the Devil" by Spinal Tap, and "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns. RIP Dan O'Bannon. Check out the Christmas compilation at: http://www.the-manchester-morgue.blogspot.com.
.: 1:22:08 :: 37.8 MB :: 21 December 2009 :.

120: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll sit down to chat about the late Paul Naschy and then review one of his films, The Hanging Woman. Then Desmond finally reviews the new Gwar album, Lust in Space. Tunes included: "Hang Me High" by Ghoultown, "Keep Me Hanging On" by Theatre of Tragedy, "Parting Shot" by Gwar, and "I'm Calling You" by Monster Magnet.
.: 1:03:21 :: 29.2 MB :: 14 December 2009 :.

119: After a short talk about the loss of a horror legend, Desmond and Darryll kickoff an Aussie Dog-themed podcast with the Dennis Hopper-driven Ozsploitation epic Mad Dog Morgan. Then Desmond takes a look at Dingo #1 from BOOM! Studios. Feedback and tunes galore: "Fresh Blood" by The Eels, "Rabid (Over You)" by The Damned, "The Man With the Dogs" by The Dead Kennedys, and "Dog Food" by Iggy Pop. RIP Paul Naschy, you will be missed.
.: 1:16:24 :: 35.1 MB :: 07 December 2009 :.

118: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll sit down to check out the Blu-ray release of The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue, and Desmond, Megan, and our friend Shannon have a chat about The Twilight Saga: New Moon. This episode glitters, people! Tunes included: "Now He's Dead" by Hank Williams III, "Morgue Than Words" by Wednesday 13, "The Killing Moon" by Nouvelle Vague, and "Seasons in the Abyss" by Hellsongs.
.: 1:23:58 :: 38.6 MB :: 30 November 2009 :.

117: In this episode of Dread Media, live (not really) from the brand new Dread Media Worldwide Headquarters, Darryll and Desmond sit down to discuss the first release from Cameron Romero (George's boy), Staunton Hill. Then Desmond goes solo for a review of Keith Latch's latest novel, Bestseller. (Visit http://www.keithlatch.com.) And to wrap it all up, a special Dying in the Gutters on the classic Spider-Man story Kraven's Last Hunt (complete with a bad Russian accent). Tunes include: "My Slaughtering Ways" by The Meteors, "Haunted Head" by Concrete Blonde, "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun" by The Beastie Boys, and "Poetic Pitbull Revolutions" by The Diablo Swing Orchestra. (Also, parentheses are addictive.)
.: 1:08:41 :: 31.6 MB :: 23 November 2009 :.

116: In this episode of Dread Media, a theme of post-war trauma just happened to surface during the week of Remembrance Day / Veterans Day. First up, Desmond and Darryll talk about the Troma-released, post-Vietnam, nihilistic shocker Combat Shock. Then Megan stops by to talk about the WWII-era BBC film The Haunted Airman. Tunes included: "The War Inside My Head" by Suicidal Tendencies, "All Good Soldiers" by Bad Religion, "Spiders" by System of a Down, and "The Golden Age of Video" by Ricardo Autobahn.
.: 58:18 :: 26.9 MB :: 16 November 2009 :.

115: It might not be the swine flu, but Desmond Reddick sure feels like shit. Luckily a reservoir of content is here to save the day. Darryll and Desmond sit down to discuss the 1980s sci-fi / horror flick Hardware, and Dying in the Gutters returns with a spotlight on CrossGen Comics' Route 666. Tunes included: "Smiling Like a Killer" by Motorhead, "Stigmata" by Ministry, "A Night on Route 666" by Gein and the Graverobbers, and "The Siege and Investiture of Baron Von Frankenstein's Castle at Weisseria" by Mary Shelley Overdrive.
.: 1:09:20 :: 31.9 MB :: 09 November 2009 :.

114: This Halloween weekend Desmond Reddick was joined by Davinder and Ian at the Victoria Comic Convention. They talk about celebrity thumb wrestling and zombie walks before Desmond interviews indie film legend Lloyd Kaufman and young indie filmmaker Ryan Nicholson. The Toxic Avenger Musical, H1N1 scares, and nasty revenge are found among other obscene visions in the minds of these madmen. And Lloyd and Ryan are pretty crazy too! Enjoy the following terror tunes: "Walk Among Us" by The Misfits, "Dead Man Walking" by Raging Speedhorn, "Legend of the Toxic Avenger" by the 2009 cast of The Toxic Avenger Musical, "I Did it For Love" by Harlequin, and "Scream on Halloween" by The Browns. Happy Halloween!
.: 1:06:19 :: 30.5 MB :: 02 November 2009 :.

113: In this mishmash, last-minute episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick goes solo on an impromptu Roadkill Review of theatrical indie film Paranormal Activity, then sits down with Darryll to discuss Happy Birthday to Me. Michael David Sims comes back to the show to discuss The Anchor #1 from BOOM! Studios, and Desmond looks at the disturbing but vacant art film American Gothic. All that plus the following terror tunes: "When the Lights Come On" by Deadbolt, "Happy Death Day" by Gwar, "I'm Gonna Kick Your Ass" by The Moistboyz, "Down on the Farm" by Guns N' Roses, and "By Demons Be Driven" by Pantera.
.: 1:11:44 :: 33.0 MB :: 26 October 2009 :.

112: It's a wild world this week as Megan and Darryll join Desmond on separate reviews. Megan wants her monsters to be a little bit sexier in the television series Sanctuary, and Darryll wants his Nazi zombies from Norwegian splatstick film Dead Snow to be... more subtle? Desmond tries to add a bit of sober levelheadedness to the show, but ends up liking the PG-13 straight-to-video Scary Madison production The Shortcut. It's not worth fighting it. Join the madness. It's better that way. Tunes include: "Sanctuary" by Alice Cooper, "She Sells Sanctuary" by The Cult, "Sin's a Good Man's Brother" by Monster Magnet, "D.I.B. (Drenched in Blood)" by Turbonegro, and "Zombie Toolshed" by Mary Shelley Overdrive.
.: 1:30:41 :: 41.7 MB :: 19 October 2009 :.

111: In this massive episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll check out the highly anticipated anthology film Trick 'r Treat. Then Desmond brings balance to the world by watching a really terrible anthology film: Grave Danger. He then cleanses his palette with Sea Beast. Also, Desmond reviews the comic Incarnate #2 and the trade paperback Young Lovecraft. The winner of the Blind Dead Collection is revealed, and feedback is gone through. All in a race to reach the end of the episode before the plague consumes your intrepid host. He also takes breathers during the following terror tunes: "Trick or Treat" by Fastway, "No More Trick or Treat" by Mad Sin, "Gimme Danger" by Monster Magnet, "Seabeast" by Mastodon, "Young" by Hollywood Undead, and "Phone Home" by Dillinger Escape Plan.
.: 1:44:48 :: 48.1 MB :: 12 October 2009 :.

110: It's a huge episode of Dread Media as Darryll and Desmond sit down and discuss the controversial Deadgirl, Desmond goes solo on Rob Zombie's The Haunted World of el Superbeasto, and then takes on editor Michael Knost's nonfiction Writer's Workshop of Horror and Rue Morgue Magazine's 12th Annual Halloween Spectacular. Tunes include: "Living Dead Girl" and "Superbeast" by Rob Zombie, "Beast and the Harlot" by Avenged Sevenfold, "Famous Last Words" by My Chemical Romance, "Murders in the Rue Morgue" by Iron Maiden, and "Radio" by Alkaline Trio.
.: 1:34:56 :: 43.6 MB :: 05 October 2009 :.

109: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll sit down and chat about the recent release from Anchor Bay, Grace. Then Desmond goes solo on Killing Ariel. There's a little bit of ranting, a little bit of feedback, a final request for contest entries, and some tunes: "Grace" by Apocalyptica, "Dead Babies" by Alice Cooper, "Used to Love Her" by Guns N' Roses, and "People Who Died" by The Jim Carroll Band. RIP Jim Carroll.
.: 1:10:45 :: 32.6 MB :: 28 September 2009 :.

108: In this WTF? episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll cover an animated barbarian film (Fire & Ice), Desmond does a track-by-track review of a zombie-popera (Gavin Castleton's Home), and a review of Edward Lee's Lovecraftian erotica novella Trolley No. 1852. Tunes and feedback aplenty: "Wheels of Fire" by Judas Priest, "Balls of Ice" by 3 Inches of Blood, "Unparallel Rabbits" by Gavin Castleton, "Sex Junkie" by The Plasmatics, and "Mr. Torture" by Helloween. And don't forget to enter the Blind Dead Collection giveaway.
.: 1:25:54 :: 39.5 MB :: 21 September 2009 :.

107: It's another massive episode of Dread Media as Desmond and Darryll sit down to put four evil eyes on Romero and Argento's Two Evil Eyes. Desmond goes solo on Nightmare Castle, but not before he talks about his Man-Thing with Tom Deja in the latest Dying in the Gutters! Do some vocal exercises to prepare for the giveaway of the Blind Dead Collection, and check out the following tunes: "These Eyes" by Biohazard, "Swamp Thing" by The Meteors, "La Fine degli Amanti" by Ennio Morricone, and "Dig up her Bones" by The Misfits.
.: 1:42:07 :: 46.9 MB :: 14 September 2009 :.

106: It's Labor Day so everyone has the day off except the boss. But fear not, Desmond Reddick brings you three cult films (Uwe Boll's Tunnel Rats, Euroshocker In a Glass Cage, and French Canadian black comedy Cadavres), and two comics this week (Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead #4 and FVZA #1 from Radical Comics). Feedback galore, and the following tunes: "Move Right Out of Here" by The Hellacopters, "Let's Have a War" by Fear, "Evil Boy" by The Dead Boys, "Dead Bodies" by Rancid, "Undead" by Hollywood Undead, "The House" by Michale Graves, and an excerpt from "Houses" by Mitch Hedberg.
.: 1:03:42 :: 29.3 MB :: 07 September 2009 :.

105: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick celebrates two years in style when Brian Keene stops by to chat about comics, movies, and those things called horror novels. Darryll and I take in the gloury of Inglourious Basterds, and Brother D drops by to wrap up Summer Knights with part two of our discussion on the Blind Dead series. Make sure to hit up MOZ 83 at www.mailorderzombie.com for part one. On top of all that, there's the New Horror Handbook giveaway results, feedback, and the following terror tunes: "Scarecrow Man" by The Misfits, "Here Come the Bastards" by Primus, "Cat People (Putting Out the Fire)" by David Bowie, "Night of the Seagulls End Title" by Anton Garcia Abril, and "Rabbia E Tarantella" by Ennio Morricone.
.: 2:23:00 :: 65.6 MB :: 31 August 2009 :.

104: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll do a Roadkill Review on District 9, and Desmond covers the fourth and final film in the Blind Dead series, Night of the Seagulls. Then Michael David Sims stops by with a sampling of 1st Issue Special, the newest segment on Earth-2.net: The Show, as he and Des review Nick Simmons' comic book Incarnate #1. Make sure to enter the New Horror Handbook contest and check out your host's audio drama acting debut in 19 Nocturne Boulevard's giallo homage When Yellow Casts a Crimson Shadow. Tunes aplenty: "Public Animal No. 9" by Alice Cooper, "9" by Mercyful Fate, "Maritime (Mike Patton remix)" by Isis, "Creatures of the Night" by KISS, and "The Rising" by Trivium.
.: 1:16:03 :: 35.0 MB :: 24 August 2009 :.

103: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick sits down for a long chat with Aaron S. Berman, author of The New Horror Handbook, about "New Horror." Then, Summer Knights keeps rolling on with the third film in the series, Ghost Galleon. Check out some feedback, enter the contest, and listen to some tunes: "Thirteen" by Danzig, "New Dark Ages" by Bad Religion, "Fish Out of Water" by Mudvayne, and "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Life of Agony. RIP John Hughes.
.: 1:29:48 :: 41.3 MB :: 17 August 2009 :.

102: In this huge episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews Dirk Manning, writer and creator of the popular webcomic Nightmare World on the eve of its trade paperback publication by Image Comics. Then he sits down with Darryll to review the Criterion Collection DVD release of Roman Polanski's Repulsion. Then, celebrating Summer Knights, Desmond has a less than glowing review for Return of the Evil Dead. Tunes included: "A Small Victory" by Faith No More, "Bring Me the Heads" by AMEN, "Cutting Corners" by Return of the Blind, and "Nervous Breakdown" by Ryan Adams.
.: 1:47:17 :: 49.3 MB :: 10 August 2009 :.

101: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick settles into triple digits with a review of David Carradine's classic zen / kung fu epic Circle of Iron with Darryll. Then he kicks of Summer Knights with a look at Tombs of the Blind Dead, and reviews Stay Dead: The Stranger & Tunnel Rats by Steve Wands. Tons of feedback and tunes a plenty: "Circle" by Slipknot, "The Lonely Shepherd" by Zamfir, "Goin' Blind" by KISS, "Lady, Stay Dead!" by The Browns, and "Highway 101" by Social Distortion.
.: 1:24:32 :: 38.9 MB :: 03 August 2009 :.

100: It's a Clive Barker extravaganza to celebrate the 100th episode of Dread Media. And some of Desmond Reddick's friends have stopped by to lend a hand. In no particular order, Tom and Derrick from Better in the Dark discuss the three films directed by Clive Barker: Hellraiser, Nightbreed, and Lord of Illusions. Darryll and Desmond sit down to discuss Candyman. Brother D debuts the new segment on horror film scores with Des, What Music They Make, on the scores for the three films Barker directed. DW returns to deliver a Brainscan on two Clive Barker games, The Undying and Jericho. And Desmond goes over his Top 5 Novels and Top 5 Short Stories by Mr. Barker, presents some interesting audio from the man himself, and produces three Dying in the Gutters segments on the comics for Hellraiser, Nightbreed, and the Razorline. Plus the following featured songs: "Hellraiser" by Motorhead, "Magic Moments" by Erasure, "Razorblade Kiss" by HIM, "Helen's Theme" by Philip Glass, and "Hollywood Babylon" by The Misfits. It's more than two and a half hours of Barker goodness!
.: 2:34:55 :: 71.1 MB :: 27 July 2009 :.

099: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick spends the last episode in double digits interviewing JF Gonzalez, author of the post-apocalyptic thriller Primitive before reviewing the book. Then Darryll and Desmond sit down to review a film that angered one and put the other to sleep: Believers. Post-apocalyptic tunes aplenty: "Among his Tribe" by Ween, "Apocalypse Please" by Muse, "Punk Rock Caveman Living in a Prehistoric Age" by Desert Sessions, "True Believers" by Bouncing Souls, and "Endless Apocalypse" by Gwar.
.: 1:33:01 :: 42.7 MB :: 20 July 2009 :.

098: In this drunken and tangent-laden episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick welcomes the notorious Uwe Boll to the show to talk about his latest film, Tunnel Rats. Then Desmond and Darryll discuss Near Dark, teen lit, and vampires before Desmond goes solo on the animated black and white French horror anthology Fear(s) of the Dark. Tunes included: "Underground" by Tom Waits, "Children of the Night" by Calabrese, "Caleb's Blues" by Tangerine Dream, and "Black and White and Red All Over" by Biohazard.
.: 1:28:13 :: 40.5 MB :: 13 July 2009 :.

097: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick sits down with Darryll to talk about the classic cult Hammer Film The Wicker Man. Then Desmond presents the second installation of Dying in the Gutters with Greg Ruth's Sudden Gravity: A Tale of the Panopticon. Tunes to be had: "Sacrifice" by Danzig, "Wicker Man" by Iron Maiden, "Crazy" by Mushroomhead and "Room 13" by Corey Taylor.
.: 1:00:31 :: 27.9 MB :: 06 July 2009 :.

096: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick starts the countdown to 100 with an interview with Severin Films head, legendary genre film documentarian and writer / director David Gregory. Then Darryll and Desmond sit down to look at David's first feature film, Plague Town. Feedback aplenty, and tunes to keep you up at night. Including: "There is a Town" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, "Fall Children" by AFI and "I'm Eighteen" by Bette.
.: 1:46:51 :: 49.1 MB :: 29 June 2009 :.

095: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond starts the show with even more announcements and a cry for help before Darryll and a special guest reviewer steal the show with a discussion of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Then, it's the debut of Dying in the Gutters, a new horror comics segment. And what better to start with than the recent DC Comics Classics Library collection called The Roots of the Swamp Thing. It's another full show with lots of feedback and a few laughs to be had. Tunes included: "Vampire Hunters" by Wojciech Kilar, "Dracula" by Iced Earth, "Swamp Thing" by The Damned and "School's Out" by Gwar. Whoa!
.: 1:26:18 :: 39.7 MB :: 22 June 2009 :.

094: After some show announcements, Desmond Reddick kicks off a low-key episode with a discussion on 2001's Joy Ride with Darryll. Then, Desmond reviews what is certainly the best horror novel in recent years, Pressure by Jeff Strand. Tunes included: "Truckloads of Nothin'" by The Hellacopters, "Ride With Us" by Turbonegro, "Pressure Drop" by Toots & The Maytals and "The Burning" by Ghoultown.
.: 1:17:35 :: 35.7 MB :: 15 June 2009 :.

093: In this episode of Dread Media, things go rather smoothly for an episode with a curse theme. Desmond and Darryll bring back the Roadkill Review for Sam Raimi's return to horror, Drag Me To Hell. Then Desmond goes solo on the indie B-movie Blood Scarab, and the Japanese head-scratcher Battle Heater. Most importantly, your gracious host goes through tons of feedback and begins the podcast with a tale of a donut. Tunes included: "See You in Hell" by Monster Magnet, "Living Hell" by The Misfits, "Curse of the Pharaohs" by Mercyful Fate, "Day the Earth Caught Fire" by Balzac and "Im-Ho-Tep (Pharaoh's Curse)" by Iced Earth.
.: 1:08:14 :: 31.4 MB :: 08 June 2009 :.

News Flash 02: Desmond made a bit of a mistake during Dread Media 92, and he wanted to correct it before the next episode.
.: 1:45 :: 828 KB :: 02 June 2009 :.

092: In this week's horror-comedy episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick sits down with Darryll to check out one of the funniest films of all time: Young Frankenstein. Then Desmond goes solo on two zom-coms, Tokyo Zombie and RetarDEAD, before checking out a couple of comics: Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead #3 and Poe #1. The following songs will be heard before you see them coming: "He's Loose" from the original cast recording of Young Frankenstein: The Musical, "Puttin' On the Ritz" by Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle, "I Walked with a Zombie" by Roky Erickson & The Aliens, "RetarDEAD" by Lisa Rein and Kurt Kendall, "Supernaturally" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and "Horror Films" by Bill Hicks. Enjoy this Abby Normal episode of Dread Media!
.: 1:13:19 :: 33.7 MB :: 01 June 2009 :.

091: In this comedy-horror themed episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews the comedy-horror author Jeff Strand, and then goes on to review his comedy-horror novel Benjamin's Parasite. Then, Darryll and Des sit down to review the romantic comedy-horror film Shaun of the Dead before checking out some feedback on listeners' favorite comedy-horrors. Plus, listen to these comedy-horror tracks: "Funny" by Scars on Broadway, "Parasite" by KISS, "Mister Mental" by Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, "White Lines (Don't Do It)" by Grandmaster Flash, and "Death Bed" by Patton Oswalt. Comedy-horror.
.: 1:35:18 :: 43.8 MB :: 25 May 2009 :.

090: In this slashertastic episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick sits down with Darryll to review the downbeat and dark Dead Man's Shoes before going solo on three more slasher films: Laid to Rest, Spiker and Secrets of the Clown. Then he reviews the long-awaited graphic novel adaptation of Clive Barker's short story Age of Desire from Desperado Publishing. There's feedback and more as we start the countdown to episode 100! Tunes included: "Afterlight" by Clayhill, "Dead Man" by M. Ward, "We Call This Mutha Revenge" by Suicidal Tendencies, "The Spike" by Moistboyz, "Clown" by Korn, "Desire" by Life of Agony, and "How Will I Laugh Tomorrow?" by Suicidal Tendencies.
.: 1:20:49 :: 37.2 MB :: 18 May 2009 :.

089: In an episode of Dread Media that is as confused about itself as the films it covers, Desmond Reddick praises his new favorite film JCVD before sitting down with Darryll to analyze David Fincher's Zodiac. Then he champions the independent supernatural Native American thriller Imprint. Check out these three reviews and listen to the following tunes: "I'm Gonna Kick Your Ass" by The Moistboyz, "Zodiac Lung" by Monster Magnet, "Zodiac" by The Melvins, "Ghost Dance" by Tomahawk and "Kickin'" by Mike Patton.
.: 58:06 :: 26.8 MB :: 11 May 2009 :.

088: In this huge episode of Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll take a look at the recent Blu-ray release of Hellraiser as part of the Anchor Bay Lament Configuration Box Set before Desmond does a track-by-track review of the new album by Heaven and Hell, The Devil You Know. Desmond comes back to talk about a bunch of comics including Simon Dark, Captain Britain and MI-13, Battle for the Cowl: Arkham Asylum and a bunch of spoils from Free Comic Book Day. Tunes included: "Hellraiser" by Christopher Young, "I Don't Mind the Pain" by Danzig, "Eating the Cannibals" by Heaven and Hell, "Sanity" by Bad Religion and "Oblivion" by Mastodon.
.: 1:38:33 :: 45.3 MB :: 04 May 2009 :.

087: In this "green" episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick celebrates Earth Day by interviewing eco-horror author of Meat and Garbage Man, Joseph D'Lacey. He then reviews the sleazy dwarfsploitation flick, The Sinful Dwarf and the unfortunate Murder is Like Sex. What do these films have to do with Earth Day, you ask? I got nothin'. Listen to the following terror tunes: "This Island Earth" by The Misfits, "Welcome to the Garbage Dump" by Turbonegro, "Black Dwarf" by Candlemass, "Murder in High Heels" by KISS, and "Earth Died Screaming" by Tom Waits. Check out Joseph at the following sites: josephdlacey.com, bloodybooks.com and horrorreanimated.com.
.: 1:25:11 :: 39.2 MB :: 27 April 2009 :.

086: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick fights off another cold while interviewing author Michael McBride, reviewing his novel Bloodletting, and the film Crowley. Tunes include: "Animal" by Mindless Self Indulgence, "Bloodletting" by The Haunted, "The Evil That Men Do" by Iron Maiden, "Love Under Will" by New Math, and "Revelations" by Iron Maiden. Visit Michael at www.michaelmcbride.net, and buy his books at www.horror-mall.com. Pardon the sniffles and enjoy the NeoCitran-laced rambling.
.: 1:15:11 :: 34.6 MB :: 20 April 2009 :.

085: In this massive episode, Desmond Reddick finds out for sure who in this world is actually busier than him when friend of the show Greg Lamberson drops by to talk novels, movies, DVD releases and prestigious awards... all of which involving him! Then, as promised, Darryll and Desmond go in-depth on the French shocker Martyrs before talking shop on the A Nightmare on Elm Street remake. There's feedback and birthday boozing galore as well as the following tunes: "Can I Borrow Some Ambition" by Guttermouth, "Slime City Massacre (Demo)" by Mars, "Heroes and Martyrs" by Bad Religion, "In Nightmares" by Zombeast and "Birthday Dethday" by Dethklok. Check out Greg's work at www.slimeguy.com and www.fearzone.com. Pick up Keith Latch's "Bestseller" at www.keithlatch.com, and grab David Agranoff's "Screams from a Dying World" at www.horror-mall.com.
.: 2:10:29 :: 59.9 MB :: 13 April 2009 :.

084: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews the legendary horror comic book artist Gene Colan. They talk about movies, comic book history and his illustrious career. He then goes on to suggest five Gene Colan products for you to check out. Then, furthering the occasion, Darryll and Desmond go on to review a film very important to Mr. Colan, 1931's classic Frankenstein. Topping it all off, reanimated tunes aplenty: "Monster Entrance" from Bride of Frankenstein by Franz Waxman, "Main Theme" from Frankenstein by Bernard Kaun, "Frankenstein" by the Edgar Winter Group and "Frankenstein" by Iced Earth. Go and check out some of the greatest horror comics art around: www.genecolan.com.
.: 1:47:28 :: 49.4 MB :: 06 April 2009 :.

083: In this shorter episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick goes o solo mio by packing three film reviews in. First up is the French shocker, Martyrs, and the Irish supernatural slasher, Red Mist. Then say good riddance to Mean-Spirited March with perhaps the meanest film ever made: August Underground's Mordum. Lots of loud tunes and feedback for you this week. Tunes included: "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" by Trivium, "Coma America" by AMEN, "The Underground in America" by Pantera, "August Moon" by The 69 Eyes and "Spring" by Rammstein.
.: 52:03 :: 24.0 MB :: 30 March 2009 :.

082: In another massive episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick has a little help from his friends and family. Momma and Papa Dread join him for some light conversation before Darryll sits down with Des to review Let the Right One In. And, she is woman, hear her adore! Megan stops by to have a slightly one-sided conversation about Twilight. But what about Mean-Spirited March, you ask? Well, how about the most depraved, disgusting and brutal film of all time? That's right, Vaughn from Motion Picture Massacre stops by to discuss Salo (The 120 Days of Sodom). Listener discretion is advised. Seriously. Tunes include "Gimme Shelter" by The Hellacopters, "Knock Knock" by The Hives, "Santa Carla Twilight" by Tiger Army, "Cake and Sodomy" by Marilyn Manson, and "Gospel Sodomy Boy on Blow" by Zimmer's Hole.
.: 2:12:48 :: 61.0 MB :: 23 March 2009 :.

081: In this review-packed episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick looks at two Jess Franco flicks: Devil Hunter and Bloody Moon. He then reviews two Radical Comics, City of Dust #5 and Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead #2, before looking at Greg F. Gifune's latest novel Children of Chaos. And though he wishes it was, a March episode wouldn't be complete without a mean-spirited film like Gone the Way of the Flesh. Find out who won the Tokyo Gore Police Horror Mall Giveaway and listen to your loveable host fawn over praise. Tunes include: "Bon Appetit" by The Untamed, "The Hunter" by Danzig, "The Killing Moon" by Echo and the Bunnymen, "She Wants Me (Dead)" by The Satans, "Children of the Damned" by Iron Maiden and "Gone the Way of the Flesh" by The Jason Martinko Review.
.: 1:13:40 :: 33.9 MB :: 16 March 2009 :.

080: Who watches the Watchmen? Desmond and Darryll do in this week's episode of Dread Media! But not before Desmond reluctantly celebrates Mean-Spirited March with Gutterballs, and then cleanses his palate with the awesome Norwegian slasher Cold Prey. Tunes include: "Take the Skinheads Bowling" by Manic Street Preachers, "Balls Out" by The Bloodhound Gang, "All My Friends Are Dead" by Turbonegro, "Desolation Row" by My Chemical Romance and "The Sound of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel.
.: 1:09:44 :: 32.1 MB :: 09 March 2009 :.

079: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick kicks off Mean-Spirited March by washing his hands of Faces of Death. He then delights Darryll with Tokyo Gore Police before disturbing him with Ichi the Killer. It's a straightforward mean bastard of an episode chock full of good discussion, great feedback and killer tunes: "The Death Song" by Marilyn Manson, "Are You Dead Yet?" by Children of Bodom, "Tokyo Lucky Hole (Live)" by Painkiller, "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads and "Watch it Die" by Bad Religion.
.: 1:25:59 :: 39.5 MB :: 02 March 2009 :.

078: In this huge episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick celebrates a theme of threes as Darryll joins him for reviews of both Exorcist III and Alien 3. Desmond carries the theme through with a review of the bizarre nunsploitation film The Three Trials. There's reviews of Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead from Radical Comics, and Damaged: A Series of Short Writings by Steve Wands and r.h.s.. And DW contributes a review of Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Director's Cut for the Xbox. Check out some three-themed terror tunes: "Room 13" by Corey Taylor, "Three Times" by The Haunted, "Chamber Spins Three" by Biohazard, "Three Nil" by Slipknot, "Story at Three" by AFI, "Three for Flinching (Revenge of the Porno Clowns)" by Dillinger Escape Plan and "Three Nights" by Black Flag.
.: 2:04:08 :: 57.0 MB :: 23 February 2009 :.

077: In this mega-sized Friday the 13th extravaganza, Desmond Reddick is joined by Darryll for a Roadkill Review of Friday the 13th (2009) before Desmond reviews the brand new documentary His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th. Desmond and DW both share their top five kills from the series, while DW shares his thoughts on the remake and a review of Friday the 13th for the NES in the latest Brainscan. Desmond comes back to celebrate F#%ked-Up February with the Nine Inch Nails longform music video, "Broken." There's fun and feedback to be had. Friday Terror Tunes aplenty: "Friday" by Life of Agony, "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" by Alice Cooper, "Jason Never Dies" by First Jason, "RV Massacre" by Harry Manfredini, "Gave Up" by Nine Inch Nails, "The New Blood" by Fred Mollin and "Jason's Theme" by Harry Manfredini.
.: 2:09:15 :: 59.3 MB :: 16 February 2009 :.

076: In this kaiju-sized episode of Dread media, Desmond Reddick takes a look at the giant monster subgenre. He starts off with an interview with Ryan C. Thomas, and then reviews his anthology of giant monster stories, Monstrous. Then Desmond reviews the Sci Fi Channel movie Cyclops, and the Australian brainfart Demonsamongus in conjunction with F%$ked-Up February before DW comes along to review Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth in an all-new edition of Brainscan. Tunes included: "Giant Crabs" by Bernard Hermann, "Truck-Driving Vampires" by The Buzzbombs, "Megalodon" by Mastodon, "Cyclopean Dreams" by Troy Sterling Nies, "Walk Among Us" by The Misfits and "Giant Robot Theme" by Buckethead.
.: 1:35:58 :: 44.1 MB :: 09 February 2009 :.

075: In this fleshy episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick takes a look at the Anchor Bay documentary Fantastic Flesh: The Art of Make-up EFX and kicks off F#%$ed Up February with the Italian sleazefest In the Folds of the Flesh. DW is back with a review of Curse: Eye of the Isis for the Xbox in the latest edition of Brainscan, and Desmond comes back to review the first volume of MySpace Dark Horse Presents. Tunes included: "After the Flesh" by My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, "How to Make a Monster" by Rob Zombie, "Just Flesh" by Turbonegro, "Ride Darkhorse, Ride" by Three Inches of Blood and "Collapse and Crush" by Isis.
.: 54:46 :: 25.2 MB :: 02 February 2009 :.

074: In this huge episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick sits down with his lovely wife Megan to review the recently released Repo: The Genetic Opera before DW pops in with an in-depth look at Ripper in the latest edition of Brainscan. Desmond continues the look at school-based horror with the early satirical slasher Return to Horror High, and then goes on to review Dark Delicacies #1 from IDW Publishing. Tunes include: "Legal Assassin" and "Genetic Repo Man" from Repo: The Genetic Opera, "Don't Fear the Reaper" by Blue Oyster Cult, "The Ripper" by Judas Priest, "Damn Dog" by Manic Street Preachers and "School's Out" by Gwar.
.: 1:28:20 :: 40.6 MB :: 26 January 2009 :.

073: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick takes a look at two university-based 80s slashers: Final Exam and Splatter University. He then moves on to talk about the penultimate issue of Steve Niles' Radical Comics miniseries City of Dust. Then, DW offers up a review of Ghost Manor for the Atari 2600 in Brainscan. Tunes, as always: "Final Day" by Pennywise, "Between High School and Old School" by Alice Cooper, "Asylum" by Naked City, "Asche zu Asche" by Rammstein and "Institutionalized" by Suicidal Tendencies.
.: 53:19 :: 24.6 MB :: 19 January 2009 :.

072: In this jam-packed episode of Dread Media, Darryll joins Desmond for a Roadkill Review of the newly released Platinum Dunes suckfest The Unborn. Desmond recovers enough to review The Summer I Died by Ryan C. Thomas, and DW's triumphant return heralds a review of an obscure DOS game: Harvester. Tons of talk is had, and a Rue Morgue Magazine giveaway is offered. Tunes include: "Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell" by Iggy & The Stooges, "New Born" by Muse, "Dirty Black Summer" by Danzig and "Death Trip" by Iggy & The Stooges. RIP Ron Asheton.
.: 1:34:09 :: 43.3 MB :: 12 January 2009 :.

071: In this episode of Dread Media, Darryll stops by to review two realistic nail-biters: the adaptation of the novel Red, and a cinema verite creeper by the name of Home Movie. Hear some talk about the past year and the year to come as far as Dread Media is concerned, two in-depth reviews and tunes galore: "Seeing Red" by Killing Joke, "Revenge" by Black Flag, "Family" by John Zorn and "Whenever We Come Back" by Breaking the Jar.
.: 1:14:09 :: 33.9 MB :: 05 January 2009 :.

070: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick celebrates the return of Darryll as they ring in the New Year with two bikersploitation flicks. Desmond and Darryll gush over Stone, the lost classic Australian biker epic. Then they deride the less-than-classic non-film Hell Ride. (Why do some great directors only ever make one film, and then Quentin Tarantino goes and puts his name on any old thing?) Some rockin' road tunes for you this week: "Stone Cold Crazy" by Metallica, "Riders of Doom" by Crom, "Hellrider" by Judas Priest and "Road Rats" by Alice Cooper. Happy New Year!
.: 1:10:39 :: 32.3 MB :: 29 December 2008 :.

069: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick (with a red nose for other reasons) reviews Elves, the cheesy Christmas horror classic. Then he reviews several new indie comics: City of Dust #3, Nyarlathotep and Remnant #1. DW stops by to discuss Fatal Frame in Brainscan. Desmond talks about snow, hamsters and being right about Rob Zombie all in a whiskey-fueled episode featuring the following Yuletide terror tunes: "It Snows in Hell" by Lordi, "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" by The Browns, "Cold Blooded Christmas" by Jon Lavoie, "There Ain't No Sanity Clause" by The Damned and "Christmas Sucks" by Tom Waits & Peter Murphy. Happy Holidays!
.: 47:20 :: 21.6 MB :: 22 December 2008 :.

068: In this episode of Dread Media, you'll shoot your eye out as Desmond Reddick takes a look at the early career of the legendary Bob Clark. While he covers most of the relevant films rather quickly, he offers full reviews of two recent Anchor Bay releases: Black Christmas (the original slasher film) and Murder by Decree (the film that pits Sherlock Holmes against Jack the Ripper). DW stops by with a review of Clock Tower for the Super Nintendo, and there are tunes aplenty: "Dead of Night" by New Math, "Piano Recital" by Carl Zittrer, "Jack the Ripper" by Mary Shelley Overdrive and "Silent Night, Deadly Night" by The Browns.
.: 51:45 :: 23.6 MB :: 15 December 2008 :.

067: This episode of Dread Media might be less than an hour, but it's jam-packed with goodness. After paying tribute to yet another person this week, Desmond Reddick puts recent rumors of Rob Zombie's involvement with Halloween 2 in a certain light before jumping into a review of James Newman's short fiction collection, People Are Strange. Then he reviews the Welsh coming of age thriller Summer Scars, and the Mexican documentary La Santa Muerte before waxing on and on about future plans for the show. DW also offers up a short Brainscan on Enemy Zero for the Sega Saturn. Tunes included: "Return of the Phantom Stranger" by Rob Zombie, "My Own Summer (Shove it)" by the Deftones, "Take My Scars" by Machine Head, "On March the Saints" by Down and "People Are Strange" by The Doors.
.: 58:25 :: 26.7 MB :: 08 December 2008 :.

066: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick explores the non-werewolf career of one Paul Naschy in the newest installment of Horror Legends. He reviews all five films in the brand new Paul Naschy Collection from Deimos DVD: Exorcism, Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll, Human Beasts, Horror Rises from the Tomb and Vengeance of the Zombies. DW then stops by to review Condemned: Criminal Origins for the Xbox 360. Tunes include: "The Exorcist" by The Hellacopters, "Caught My Eye" by Danzig, "Haunted Head" by Concrete Blonde and "Sketches of Spain (For Miles)" by Buckethead. Listen to him whine about his iPod, hate on the news about Batman and pay tribute to an author who died far too young. RIP Joseph McGee (www.josephmcgee.net).
.: 1:00:40 :: 27.7 MB :: 01 December 2008 :.

News Flash 01: Listeners of It Came From the Basement: Jeff and Dead Mike wanted me to pass on this news flash. They have a new host for the show and a new website. The website is http://itcamefromthebasement.wordpress.com and the feed to enter into your respective podcatcher is as follows: http://feeds.feedburner.com/basementpodcast. Check 'em out! See you Monday with a jam-packed episode of Dread Media!
.: 1:56 :: 925 KB :: 27 November 2008 :.

065: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick takes a look at three Canadian Anchor Bay DVD releases: Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, End of the Line and the classic TV show The Hilarious House of Frightenstein. He then goes on to review Hexed #1 from BOOM! Studios, and then DW comes by to offer a Brainscan full of brainy goodness with a look at Zombies Ate My Neighbors! for the Sega Genesis. Talk hockey, wine and listen to the following tunes: "Mr. Jack" by System of a Down, "Of Gods and Monsters" by The Spook, "Oh My Fucking God" by Strapping Young Lad, "Blood Witch" by The Melvins and "The Wicked End" by Avenged Sevenfold.
.: 1:05:11 :: 29.8 MB :: 24 November 2008 :.

064: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick is joined once again by his lovely wife Megan to discuss Ginger Snaps before he continues the feminine theme by going solo for a review of the blood-drenched French film A L'Interieur (Inside). Then, in conjunction with Doctor Who Week on Earth-2.net, Michael David Sims stops by to discuss the top five scariest episodes of the modern Doctor Who. Tunes include: "Ginger Snaps Main Theme" by Michael Shields, "Ginger Snaps" by Under a Nightmare, "Baby Gotterdammerung" by Monster Magnet and "She Moves in Murderous Ways" by The Chuck Norris Experiment. Discuss the deadlier of the species with me and send your feedback in!
.: 1:05:11 :: 29.8 MB :: 17 November 2008 :.

063: In this fanged episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick talks Dracula with the world's foremost authority and author of the academic book, Bram Stoker's Notes from Dracula: A Facsimile Edition, Robert Eighteen-Bisang. He then reviews Blood Wars and does a top five non-vampire vampire films list before DW suffers through a review of Countdown Vampires for the PlayStation. Desmond caps it all off with the most vehement and venom-filled review yet when he "discusses" the Halloween issue of Revolver Magazine. Tunes included: "Dracula's Tango" by Zombina and the Skeletones, "Fresh Blood" by Alice Cooper, "Drain the Blood" by The Distillers, "Bloodhsot" by Ghoultown, "Bloodrocuted" by Dethklok and "The Box" by Snot.
.: 1:38:10 :: 44.9 MB :: 10 November 2008 :.

062: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews writer, director and star of the new backwoods cannibal film, Scarce from Anchor Bay. Then he reviews Scarce before DW comes back to review Rule of Rose for the PlayStation 2. Desmond finishes it all off with a review of the recently released hardcover from IDW, Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft. Tunes include: "Frozen Brains Tell no Tales" by Buckethead, "Roses" by Silverchair, "Fear is the Key" by Iron Maiden and "Insanity" by Oingo Boingo.
.: 1:13:13 :: 33.5 MB :: 03 November 2008 :.

061: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick gets heretical on ya and reviews two very different nunsploitation films: Nympha and Last House on the Beach. The animals attack novella Changing of Faces by Tim Lebbon is reviewed, along with Monster-Size Hulk #1 from Marvel Comics. DW returns with an edition of Brainscan reviewing Zombie Revenge for the Dreamcast. Before leaving, Desmond also regales you with his top three Halloween moments in his lifetime. Tunes include: "Kiss the Feet of the Nuns" by Bible Launcher, "Funland at the Beach" by Dead Kennedys, "Human Animal" by Biohazard, "Monsters Keep Me Company" by Lordi and "Halloween 1963" and "The Shape Stalks Laurie" by John Carpenter.
.: 1:03:19 :: 28.9 MB :: 27 October 2008 :.

060: In this episode of Dread Media, DW has disposed of Desmond Reddick and taken the reins of the show for the week. In his endless onslaught of Dubs-ery, he reviews the first issues of Epilogue and Crossed, as well as the trade paperback Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash. He then extensively reviews Slipknot's newest album All Hope is Gone before moving on to the most epic Brainscan yet: The History of Survival Horror. Tunes include: "Final Destination" by Within Temptation, "Beginning of the End" by Spineshank, "Till We Die" by Slipknot, "ORT" by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, "I Want Love" by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as Melissa Williamson and "Dead Memories" by Slipknot.
.: 1:17:26 :: 35.4 MB :: 20 October 2008 :.

059: What better to make you feel woefully insignificant in the universe than an episode of this size? Last weekend Desmond Reddick attended the HP Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland, Oregon, and this week he has more than three hours of footage to share with you. There's several reviews of the films seen at the fest and interview with the likes of: Frank Woodward (director of award-winning documentary Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown), Mars (composer of said documentary and the man behind Dead House Music), Jovanka Vuckovic (editor in chief of Rue Morgue Magazine), Toren Atkinson (from The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets), Sean Branney (from the HP Lovecraft Historical Society) and Andrew Migliore (festival runner and head of Lurker Films). There's also recorded footage of speeches, awards ceremonies and a panel on Lovecraft in Pop Culture. There's also tons of inane and profane chatter with fellow cultists and guest co-hosts DZ (from Cinema Diabolica) and Brother D (from Mail Order Zombie). On top of all that, there's music! "Weird Tales" by Dead House Music, "Main Theme from In Search of Lovecraft" by Troy Sterling Nies, "Lovecrafted" by Dead House Music, "Cultists on Board" and "Sleestack and Yeti" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "Neither Dead nor Dreaming" by Troy Sterling Nies from The Call of Cthulhu and "The Innsmouth Look" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Sit back, oil up your tentacles, relax and enjoy this massive show.
.: 3:14:39 :: 89.1 MB :: 13 October 2008 :.

058: In this sleazy episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick does a song-by-song review of Mary Shelley Overdrive's new self-titled album. He then reviews the new special edition of Savage Streets, a classic 1980s exploitation flick. But before all that, Mark Wood, Simon McCorkindale and Miss Wyckedevil Jones from Mary Shelley Overdrive stop by to talk about all three of their new releases, two of which are free! Tunes include: "The Hardest Button to Button," "Broken Gifts," "The Devil You Know," "House of a Thousand Corpses" and "They Walk Among You" all by Mary Shelley Overdrive. Kick ass rock and roll aplenty! Check 'em out and download a couple free albums yourself at www.maryshelleyoverdrive.com.
.: 1:09:00 :: 31.5 MB :: 06 October 2008 :.

057: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick gets all literary on yo' ass with a bevy of classic literature-based reviews throughout various media. The short film Ray Harryhausen Presents: The Pit and the Pendulum, Dante's Inferno and the BOOM! Studios comic Necronomicon #1 all get reviewed. Plus DW returns with a Brainscan on American McGee's Alice for the PC. Tunes include: "Inquisition Symphony" by Apocalyptica, "Murders in the Rue Morgue" by Iron Maiden, "Inferno" by Miranda Sex Garden, "Do the Necronomicon" from Evil Dead: The Musical, "Electric Alice" by Grinderman and "The Lament of Janos Skorzeny" by Mary Shelley Overdrive.
.: 1:00:25 :: 27.6 MB :: 29 September 2008 :.

056: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews two Eurosleaze cannibal shockers — Papaya: Love Goddess of the Cannibals and Cannibal Terror — before welcoming back DW as he takes a bite out of Stubbs the Zombie: Rebel Without a Pulse. Plus, exciting news, and feedback aplenty. Tunes include: "Celebrate the Flesh" by Crom, "Love You More Dead" by The Black Rose Phantoms, "Experiment in Terror" by Fantomas, "Zombie Dance" by Alice Cooper and "If I Only Had a Brain" by The Flaming Lips.
.: 1:01:16 :: 28.0 MB :: 22 September 2008 :.

055: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick gets back to basics with a little chitchat before reviewing the sci-fi Eurosleaze epic Beast in Space, and the Mexican supernatural horror film La Resurreccion de Amanda Morales. He then moves along to Alice Cooper's new record, Along Came a Spider, and a brand new Marvel Comics adaptation of Stephen King's plague epic The Stand: Captain Trips #1. We will talk about hamsters and Henry before giving away our big contest prize. Tunes include: "The Beast and the Harlot" by Avenged Sevenfold, "Resurrection" by Apocalyptica, "Prologue (I Know Where You Live)" and "The One That Got Away" by Alice Cooper, "Gospels for the Sick" by Scum and "Monsters" by Electric President.
.: 1:16:09 :: 34.8 MB :: 15 September 2008 :.

054: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick sits down and talks horror comics, movies and punk rock with writer Steve Niles. Then he reviews Steve's upcoming comic City of Dust, and Michael David Sims joins him to review Dead of Night Featuring Devil-Slayer from Brian Keene and Marvel Comics. You have one more week to enter the Jigsaw Man / Apparatus Revolution / Devil's Due contest, and a winner will be decided next week. Tunes include: "Thog," "Killing Direction" and "Smoking Hole" by Gray Matter, as well as "Black Heart, Blue Scars" by Sutter Kane.
.: 2:03:59 :: 56.7 MB :: 08 September 2008 :.

053: In this first anniversary episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick gets real and reviews two upcoming nonfiction books, Book of Lists: Horror and Cheap Scares: Low Budget Horror Filmmakers Share Their Secrets. He's then joined by Michael David Sims for an in-depth chat about Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Then he caps it all off with a look at the documentary Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film. Go and check out the official website at www.dreadmedia.net. Enter the newly upgraded Jigsaw Man / Apparatus Revolution contest just by contacting me. Tunes included: "Shitlist" by L7, "Are You Eating It (or Is It Eating You?)" by The Browns, "Ghouls on Film" by Hola Ghost, "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" by Fantomas, "Rise and Fall Complex" by Return of the Blind and "Vaginal Torture Device" by Forgetting Tomorrow.
.: 1:40:02 :: 45.7 MB :: 01 September 2008 :.

052: In this episode of Dread Media, a tired and cranky Desmond Reddick presents what he has recovered of his messed up Festival of Fear coverage. In chronological order: a Q&A with Slime City director Greg Lamberson, an interview with Edward Douglas from Midnight Syndicate and an interview with Greg Lamberson. Tunes include: "Unsound" by The Headstones, "Brain Damage" by The Browns, "Called from Beyond" by Midnight Syndicate, "Gruesome" by Giasone and Marcy Italiano and "Fear of the Dark (Live)" by Iron Maiden. Enter the Gord Rollo Jigsaw Man contest! Go to these fine sites: www.horror-mall.com, www.gordqrollo.com, www.slimeguy.com, www.midnightsyndicate.com and www.thedeadmatter.com.
.: 1:20:36 :: 36.8 MB :: 25 August 2008 :.

051: In this king-sized episode of Dread Media, Brother D from Mail Order Zombie stops by to discuss all things George A. Romero. Which film are they both crazy for? What secret is Brother D hiding about OJ Simpson? And who does Desmond reserve a Michael Bay-level of hatred for? You better listen. Tunes included: "Season of the Witch" by Donovan, "The Calling (Main Title)" and "I'd Rather be a Wanderer" by Donald Rubinstein, "Bruiser" by The Misfits, "George Romero" by The Sprites and "George Romero Will be at Our Wedding" by Showbread. Go to www.horror-mall.com and www.mailorderzombie.com.
.: 2:35:41 :: 71.2 MB :: 18 August 2008 :.

050: In this, the 50th episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick does the geeky thing and makes a Top 50 list. Films, directors, comics, artists, bands, composers and more are covered in this thick and meaty edition of Dread Media. Thanks to everybody for listening. Check out www.horror-mall.com. Featured songs: "Renfield" by Philip Glass and the Kronos Quartet, "See You in Hell" by Monster Magnet, "Red Bats with Teeth" by Angelo Badalamenti, "Shoggoths Away" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "The Poltergeist Theme" by Jerry Goldsmith, "Jack the Stripper / Faeries Wear Boots" by Black Sabbath, "Rosemary's Baby" by Fantomas and "Static Age," "Bullet" and "Theme for a Jackal" by The Misfits.
.: 1:57:19 :: 53.7 MB :: 11 August 2008 :.

049: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews artist Alan M. Clark, and then goes on to review the three-disc edition of Severin Films' Eurocult war film Inglorious Bastards. After that he reviews Caliber #4, Hercules #4 and Freedom Formula #1 from Radical Comics, as well as Simon Dark and Pigeons from Hell #1-3. Tunes include: "Weeds (acoustic)" by Life of Agony, "Main Theme from Inglorious Bastards" by Francesco de Masi, "Freedom" by Alice Cooper and "Drowning in a Daydream" by Corrosion of Conformity. Check out www.alanmclark.com, www.omegathenovel.podomatic.com and www.horror-mall.com.
.: 1:28:59 :: 40.7 MB :: 04 August 2008 :.

048: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews acclaimed horror artist Alex McVey. Then he goes on to cover every other field in the horror genre by reviewing 80s horror comedy Doom Asylum, Mark Morris' novel The Deluge, the newest episode of NBC's Fear Itself called "Community" before moving to the following releases from Warren Ellis and Avatar Press comics: Gravel #2 and Blackgas 2 #1-3. Tunes include: "Promise Me" by Straight Line Stitch, "Asylum" by Naked City, "Floods" by Pantera, "Prisoners of Today" by Billy Talent and "Martin (live)" by Soft Cell. Check out Alex's art at www.alexmcvey.com and purchase all sorts of goodies at www.horror-mall.com.
.: 1:25:50 :: 39.2 MB :: 28 July 2008 :.

047: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick has a little help from his friends: Davinder comes to the pub to review Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Darryl stays up late to review The Dark Knight and Mikel O.D. sends in a review of French horror film Sheitan. Desmond also reviews the three issue prequel miniseries George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead: The Beginning and its companion piece, George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead: Just a Girl from Avatar Press. All this and feedback, tunes and more jibba jabba! Tunes include: "Rose of the Devil's Garden" by Tiger Army, "The Goddamn Batman" by Mary Shelley Overdrive, "The Night of the Living Dead" by Lordi, "House of Horrors" by Insane Clown Posse, "That Night" by Atmosphere and "Gravel Shifts" by When They All Fell. Links: davinder.deviantart.com, maryshelleyoverdrive.blogspot.com, myspace.com/basementpodcast, mostpeoplearedjs.com, myspace.com/whentheyallfell.
.: 1:36:07 :: 44.0 MB :: 21 July 2008 :.

046: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick shares two exciting bits of Dread Media news with you before reviewing the straight-to-DVD movie Death on Demand, indy graphic novel The Unwanted and Douglas Buck's short film collection Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America. Tunes include: "TV Crimes" by Black Sabbath, "Everything's on TV" by The Hellacopters, "Disposable Teens" by Marilyn Manson, "Short Songs" by Dead Kennedys, "Cut" by Miranda Sex Garden and "The House" by Michael Graves. Send your feedback and visit our sponsor: www.horror-mall.com.
.: 50:47 :: 23.2 MB :: 14 July 2008 :.

045: In this sinful episode of Dread Media, after theorizing on the shady beginnings of some news, Desmond Reddick reviews Steve Vernon's new nasty superhero chapbook Nothing to Lose. Then he moves on to the Eurosleaze film Satan's Baby Doll, and an American sexploitation DVD from Something Weird Video, The Joys of Jezebel / My Tale is Hot. There's news, feedback and tunes galore. They include: "Locked Down" by Turbonegro, "Devil's Plaything" by Danzig, "Bad Devil" by Devin Townsend and "Meet the Creeper" by Rob Zombie. Don't be scared off by the masturbating nun!
.: 54:17 :: 24.8 MB :: 07 July 2008 :.

044: In this episode of Dread Media, a sun-beaten and half drunk Desmond Reddick reviews the novel Meat by Joseph D'Lacey, and two Paul Naschy werewolf films: Werewolf Shadow and Curse of the Devil. Tunes include: "Caught with the Meat in your Mouth" by The Dead Boys, "The Flesh Element" by New Math, "Vampira" by The Undead, "Werewolf" by The Noctunes and "Fuck the Children" by George Carlin. RIP George.
.: 48:57 :: 22.4 MB :: 30 June 2008 :.

043: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick battles allergies to bring you reviews of two backwoods hillbilly films: Wrong Turn 2: Dead End and Stump the Band. Then he reviews Caliber #3 and Hercules #3 from Radical Comics. Tunes include: "Dead End Road" by Alkaline Trio, "Cannibal Song" by Ministry, "Take it Off" by The Donnas, "People Are Strange" by The Doors and "Bo Meets the Monster" by Bo Diddley. RIP Bo Diddley and Stan Winston.
.: 55:50 :: 25.5 MB :: 23 June 2008 :.

042: In this very special episode of Dread Media, Brother D from Mail Order Zombie joins Desmond Reddick to run through their top five best, worst and most desired remakes in the horror genre. What movie causes Desmond to threaten an IMDB reviewer? What film did Brother D accidentally see twice? Step on in and check out some good remake talk. Tunes include: "Cape Fear" by Fantomas, "Zaratozom" by Goblin, "Day of the Dead" by The Misfits and "Desperado" by Alice Cooper.
.: 2:16:39 :: 62.5 MB :: 16 June 2008 :.

041: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick welcomes back author Jack Ketchum to shoot the shit about his upcoming projects, the business and violence in society. Then, he takes a look at two killer-kid features (Devil Times Five and Who Can Kill a Child?) before reviewing the first episode of NBC's horror anthology series Fear Itself. Tunes include: "Five" by Machine Head, "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Leif Garrett and The Melvins, "The Kids Who Want to Play With the Dead" by Lordi and "Silly Kids Games" by The Damned. Make sure to take advantage of Horror Mall's Hide and Seek Audiobook offer at www.horrormall.com.
.: 1:08:34 :: 31.3 MB :: 09 June 2008 :.

040: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews The Forest, the short film A Perfect Place, the soundtrack BLINDeye, Marvel Comics' Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft #1 and barely touches on Nine Inch Nails' new album, The Slip. There's news galore from Wizard World Philly, announcements a plenty and two voicemails! One of them is very annoying. Tunes include: "Forest King" by 3 Inches of Blood, "Cave" by Muse, three songs by Mike Patton ("Main Theme," "A Perfect Place" and "A Perfect Twist"), "Open Eyes" by Miranda Sex Garden and "Discipline" by Nine Inch Nails. Make sure to get in on the Jack Ketchum Hide and Seek audiobook offer from Horror Mall in honor of our esteemed returning guest on next week's episode. It's pronounced "YO-gurt!"
.: 1:29:56 :: 41.1 MB :: 02 June 2008 :.

039: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews the newest Jack Ketchum adaptation, The Lost. Then, his friend Shaun joins him for a review of the horror comedy Botched before going solo to review Hercules #2 and Caliber #2 from Radical Comics. And DW is here to review the survival horror game D. Tunes include: "Lost in America" by Alice Cooper, "I'll Kill You" by Akira Yamaoka, "Moskau" by Rammstein, "Gunslinger" by Avenged Sevenfold and "The Last Laugh" by Antimatter. All this, plus the winner of the Cemetery Things contest, feedback and more!
.: 1:30:23 :: 41.3 MB :: 26 May 2008 :.

038: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick is the death of the party conducting an interview with Tony Wash, director of indy splatter epic It's My Party and I'll Die if I Want To. He then goes on to review said film. DW returns a modicum of class to the party with his review of classic NES head-scratcher Monster Party in this week's Brainscan. The party playlist this week is: "Life and Death of the Party" by Alice Cooper, "All My Friends are Dead" by Turbonegro, "Party Time (Zombie Version)" by 45 Grave and "Your Party" by Ween. Visit our sponsor at www.horror-mall.com, and make sure to enter the Cemetery Things contest pronto. Toga! Toga! Toga!
.: 1:40:55 :: 46.2 MB :: 19 May 2008 :.

037: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews the French thriller Ils (Them), the score from the classic indy zombie flick Dead Next Door, Wicked Pixel's short film collection The Severed Head Network and a wad of comics from Free Comic Book Day. DW drops in to review the PC game adaptation of Harlan Ellison's classic short story "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream." Tunes include: "Them and Us" by Bad Religion, "Main Titles" and "Left for Dead (Instrumental)" by JR Bookwalter from the film Dead Next Door, "Short Songs" by Dead Kennedys, "Bring Me the Heads" by Amen and "Fuck You I'm Free" by Mondo Generator. Enter the Cemetery Things contest and check out our sponsor at www.horror-mall.com.
.: 1:12:31 :: 33.2 MB :: 12 May 2008 :.

036: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick debuts the new segment Horror Legends as he digs through selected films by the Italian master of gore, Lucio Fulci. Among the films covered: The Eroticist, Don't Torture a Duckling, The Psychic, Zombi 2, City of the Living Dead and The Beyond. DW returns with a look ahead at upcoming horror video games in another edition of Brainscan. Tunes included: "A Lizard with the Skin of a Woman" by Mike Patton, "Dead Babies" by Alice Cooper, "The Clairvoyant" by Iron Maiden, "Designer Drugs" by Fake Shark Real Zombie, "One Step Beyond" by Fantomas and "Beyond the Gates" by Midnight Syndicate. Make sure you enter the Cemetery Things contest and visit our sponsor at www.horror-mall.com.
.: 1:20:51 :: 37.0 MB :: 05 May 2008 :.

035: In this super-long episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews the publisher of Radical Comics, Barry Levine, about new comics, movie soundtracks and KISS! Then Michael David Sims from Earth-2.net joins Desmond to review Radical Comics' first two offerings: Hercules #1 and Caliber #1. That's not all! DW joins the Dread Media family with a review of Siren for the PS2 in a new segment of video game reviews called Brainscan. Tunes include: "Shout at the Devil" by Motley Crue, "God of Thunder" and "Shock Me" by KISS and "Goin' Blind" by The Melvins. Enjoy!
.: 1:55:42 :: 52.9 MB :: 28 April 2008 :.

034: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews filmmaker and founder of Rue Morgue Magazine, Rodrigo Gudino. He then goes on to review his first two short films, The Eyes of Edward James and The Demonology of Desire before reviewing the fifth volume of Lurker Films' HP Lovecraft Collection, Strange Aeon. There's news and feedback to boot! Tunes include: "Murders in the Rue Morgue" by Iron Maiden, "The Thing That Should Not Be" by Primus and "A Necessary End" by Saltillo. Check out Mail Order Zombie at www.mailorderzombie.com, Eyewitness at www.keithlatch.podomatic.com, Horror Mall at www.horror-mall.com and take advantage of Lurker Films' discount before 01 May.
.: 1:23:27 :: 38.2 MB :: 21 April 2008 :.

033: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick corrects his dumbass mistakes, rants against rants against (yes, it's repeated on purpose) horror fandom, reviews Weed Species by Jack Ketchum and features a short interview with Andrew Migliore of Lurker Films. He also reviews Annabel Lee, The Mist and Sweeney Todd. Tunes include: "Weeds" by Life of Agony, "Short Songs" by Dead Kennedys, "Spectral Mist" by Midnight Syndicate and "Epiphany" by Johnny Depp (as Sweeney Todd). Check out www.horror-mall.com, take advantage of the Lurker Films offer and visit www.keithlatch.podomatic.com to listen to Keith Latch's podiobook, Eyewitness.
.: 1:04:55 :: 29.7 MB :: 14 April 2008 :.

032: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick laments baby vomit, interviews Lewis Tice about TLA Releasing's Danger After Dark lineup, reviews Pistoleros and gives a quick rundown of the Swedish action film Storm. Then, he's joined by his brother-in-law for Roadkill Review, this time about The Ruins. Go to myspace.com/jeremywriter to enter Jeremy C. Shipp's Garden Gnome contest, and check out our sponsor at www.horror-mall.com. Tunes include: "Gimme Danger" by The Stooges, "Inseguimento" by Ennio Morricone, "Storm Coming" by Gnarls Barkley, "Ruin" by Lamb of God and "Bloodsucking Freaks" by The Motherfucking Browns.
.: 1:48:48 :: 49.8 MB :: 07 April 2008 :.

031: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick buckles down and presents two collections of short films: Small Gauge Trauma from Synapse Films and Aftermath / Genesis from Unearthed Films. He also reviews Jeremy C. Shipp's new novel Vacation, and three comic books: Urban Monsters #1, and Gravel #0-1. Plus: news, feedback and bad, bad comedy. Tunes include: "Short Songs" by Dead Kennedys, "Small Silhouette" by Mudvayne, "Heads Explode" by Monster Magnet, "Would You Love a Monsterman" by Lordi and "Little Demon" by The Chuck Norris Experiment. Check out www.horror-mal.com.
.: 1:03:42 :: 29.1 MB :: 31 March 2008 :.

030: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews The Haunting of Rebecca Verlaine by Olaf Ittenbach, an Uwe Boll protégé. Then he looks at the Eurosleaze feature Sister of Ursula. Plus, news and feedback. Tunes include: "Gail" by Alice Cooper, "Helena" by The Misfits, "Lucinda" by Tom Waits, "Bloody Mary" by Gwar and "I Fucked Bettie Page" by Turbonegro. Take advantage of the Lurker Films offer! And head on over to our sponsor, www.horror-mall.com, for all your horror needs.
.: 52:46 :: 24.1 MB :: 24 March 2008 :.

029: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews Andrew Migliore, president of Lurker Films. Des then reviews their fourth volume of Lovecraft-adapted short films, Pickman's Model. Andrew gives listeners of Dread Media a special offer, and Desmond bitches about Platinum Dunes a little. Tunes include: "In the Mouth of Madness Main Theme" by John Carpenter and Jim Lang, "The Art of Subconscious Illusion" by Avenged Sevenfold, "Release the Kracken" by Clutch and "Melt" by Monster Magnet. Make sure to visit www.horror-mall.com, and call the Dread Media voicemail line: 206-203-1213.
.: 1:22:55 :: 37.9 MB :: 17 March 2008 :.

028: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick takes a look at the upcoming gay horror film Socket, and then the Belgian survivalist horror film Calvaire (The Ordeal). He also reluctantly returns to review the second issue of Dead of Night featuring Man-Thing. Tunes include: "Plug in Baby" by Muse, "Deliverance" by Dredger, "Sex is Violent" by Jane's Addiction featuring Diamanda Galas, "Fuck the World" by Turbonegro and "Lonesome Town" by Ricky Nelson. Check out www.horror-mall.com.
.: 48:42 :: 22.2 MB :: 10 March 2008 :.

027: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews two British films: The Living and the Dead, and Experiment. News, feedback and a new sponsor! Tunes include: "Curse of the Living" by Under a Nightmare, "Experiment in Terror" by Fantomas and the "Ginger Snaps Theme" by Michael Shields. Check out www.horror-mall.com.
.: 56:59 :: 26.0 MB :: 03 March 2008 :.

026: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews Michael Alan Nelson, writer of BOOM! Studios comic Fall of Cthulhu. After lamenting an illness and praising the ability to shave once again, he then goes on to review a few of the relevant comics from BOOM! Studios that are currently on the shelf. Tunes include: "Shoggoths Away" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "How the Gods Kill" by Danzig, "Cthulhu" by Zombeast and "Sleeping Giant" by Mastodon. Fall of Cthulhu, volume one: The Fugue is in stores now.
.: 1:09:44 :: 31.9 MB :: 25 February 2008 :.

025: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews writer, director and star of the vampire comedy Revamped, Jeff Rector. Then he reviews Dead of Night Featuring Man-Thing #1 from Marvel Comics. Some news and updates on the podcast itself. Tunes include: "Gates of Delirium" by Midnight Syndicate, "Baby You're a Pain in the Neck" by The Cowgirl Wranglers, "Bloodsucking Freaks" by The Browns, "In the Dead of Night" by The Order and "Blood" by Emigrate. RIP Steve Gerber.
.: 1:10:46 :: 32.4 MB :: 18 February 2008 :.

024: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick steps on broken branches and pushes brush out of his face while the wind stirs up terror. He also holds back his unexplainable nausea to review Forest Primeval and Hell's Ground (Zibahkhana). Tunes include: "Doctor Finkelstein / In the Forest" by Danny Elfman (The Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack), "Forest" by System of a Down and "Tree of Woe" by Basil Poledouris (Conan the Barbarian score).
.: 44:16 :: 20.2 MB :: 11 February 2008 :.

023: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick bitches about work and reviews Right At Your Door and Hostel II before digging into some feedback. Tunes included: "Westwood Fallout" by Amen, "Ricky's Hand" by Fad Gadget and "Weapon and the Wound" by Days of the New. Send in your feedback, I dare you!
.: 49:47 :: 22.7 MB :: 04 February 2008 :.

022: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick goes over his top five novels, comics, DVD releases, theatrical features and straight-to-DVD features of the year. He then goes on to ramble about what he's looking forward to in 2008. Tunes include: "Dead Babies" by Iced Earth, "Midnight Train" by Ghoultown, "Goin' Down to Dunwich" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "Spectral Mist" by Midnight Syndicate, "The Eaters of the Dead" by The Order of the Fly and "He's Back (the Man Behind the Mask)" by Alice Cooper. Let me know what you think of these lists. Send your praise and hate mail in droves.
.: 59:28 :: 27.2 MB :: 28 January 2008 :.

021: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick and Ben review Cloverfield in another installment of Roadkill Review. Des then goes back into the vault to review the most controversial film ever made: Cannibal Holocaust. Tunes include "New York" by The Sex Pistols, "Cannibal's Hymn" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and, lastly, "Die, Monster, Die" by The Misfits. Bon appetit!
.: 49:51 :: 22.8 MB :: 21 January 2008 :.

020: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick takes a look at Death Sentence and Tempe Video's collection of Jason Santo's short films, Bent. Plus, he discusses Simon Dark from DC comics, covers some feedback and plays some tunes. Songs included: "At the End of the Road" by Murder by Death, "Time Out of Time" by Midnight Syndicate and "Fear of the Dark (Live)" by Iron Maiden.
.: 57:42 :: 26.4 MB :: 14 January 2008 :.

019: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews TLA Releasing's Danger After Dark Collection 3 DVD box set featuring Suicide Club, 2LDK and Moon Child. Plus: our Blood Car DVD giveaway winner announcement, Insomnifest news, emails and voicemails. All that plus songs too! Tunes include: various songs from Suicide Club, "Suicide Solution (Live)" by Ozzy Osbourne and Randy Rhoads, "Japan" by Strapping Young Lad, "Tomorrow" by BALZAC and "Good to be Bad" by Lordi. Enjoy!
.: 1:07:45 :: 31.0 MB :: 07 January 2008 :.

018: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick gives you New Year's revelers some films to help you sober up, or make you want to drink more — The Girl Next Door and Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre. Also reviewed are the Giant Monsters trade paperback and North Wind #1, both from BOOM! Studios. Desmond gets all preachy and delivers the following tunes for your New Year's pleasure: "Right Next Door to Hell" by Guns N' Roses, "Monster" by Michale Graves, "Blacken the Cursed Sun" by Lamb of God, "Violent World" by The Undead and "Phone Home" by The Dillinger Escape Plan. Enjoy responsibly.
.: 52:36 :: 24.0 MB :: 31 December 2007 :.

017: Rosy cheeks? Check! Bowl full of jelly? Check! In this special Christmas Eve edition of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews classic slasher film, Silent Night, Bloody Night and the most bizarre zombie film you'll ever see: The Stink of Flesh. Plus: News galore! Don't forget to enter the Blood Car DVD giveaway. Christmas tunes include: "Silent Night, Deadly Night" by The Browns, "Silent Night" by Tom Waits, "Carol of the Bells" by Steve Moore, "Scary Little Christmas" by Spookhaus and "Dead Christmas" by Monster Magnet. Deck the halls, sucka!
.: 50:13 :: 22.9 MB :: 24 December 2007 :.

016: In this heavy metal episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews the Japanese splatter sci-fi flick Meatball Machine and two comics from Pit. Bros Productions (Henry and Butcher #2 and Legend of Joe Moon #1). News and voicemails aplenty. This week's heavy tunes include: "Meat Sandwich" and "Biledriver" by Gwar, "Crazy Nights" by 3 Inches of Blood and "Blood Red Sandman" by Lordi. Horns in the air and hands in your pockets. Enjoy.
.: 39:00 :: 17.8 MB :: 17 December 2007 :.

015: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews hip hop horror film Rapturious and Japanese head trip Strange Circus. He also takes a look at Night #1-3 from Jester Press Comics, and Potter's Field #3 from BOOM! Studios. A little bit of news and your feedback. Don't forget to enter the Blood Car DVD giveaway! Tunes include: "Scary Movies" by Eminem (feat. Royca da 5'9"), "Stranger than Fiction" by Bad Religion, "Creatures of the Night" by Iced Earth and "Grave dans la Roche" by Sniper.
.: 51:50 :: 23.7 MB :: 10 December 2007 :.

014: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews three DVDs courtesy of TLA Releasing and Echo Bridge Entertainment. His lovely wife Megan joins in on the review of the German film The Wedding Party, then Desmond goes solo on She-Wolves of the Wasteland and Blood Car. Make sure to get in on Dread Media's first contest to win a copy of Blood Car! The snow is falling down and my throat is tightening by the second! Tunes include: "Dracula's Wedding" by Andre 3000 (featuring Kelis), "Don't Need a Man" by Gwar, "D.I.B. (Drenched in Blood)" by Turbonegro and "Die Slow" by Zombeast.
.: 1:10:50 :: 32.4 MB :: 03 December 2007 :.

013: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick shaves with a straight razor and rings one off the spittoon for a western-themed episode featuring interviews with horror legend Joe R. Lansdale (Dead in the West, Lost Echoes) and future legend James Newman (Midnight Rain, The Wicked). Plus, reviews of Lucio Fulci's Four of the Apocalypse and the Wilmer Valderrama vehicle The Dead One. Tunes include: "Country Heroes" by Hank Williams III; "Death of Jonah Hex," "Midnight Train" and "Dia de los Muertos" by Ghoultown; and "Buenas Tardes Amigo" by Ween. Saddle up!
.: 1:47:19 :: 49.1 MB :: 26 November 2007 :.

012: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick battles the stomach flu to get the show done before disaster strikes his digestive tract. Novel month continues on, featuring great interviews with F. Paul Wilson (The Keep, the Repairman Jack series) and Mark Justice (Deadneck Hootenanny, Dead Earth: The Green Dawn, host of Pod of Horror). Plus, Des reviews Horrors of War, a new period horror film. E-mails and messages are answered, and the following terrifying tunes are played: "Jangling Jack" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Inferno" by Miranda Sex Garden, "The Exorcist" by The Hellacopters and "Dies Irae" by Stories from the Moon.
.: 2:00:05 :: 54.9 MB :: 19 November 2007 :.

011: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick records amidst a meteorological storm, and overcomes a storm of technical difficulties to bring you another set of novel month interviews. The interviews this week are with Jack Ketchum (Off Season, The Girl Next Door) and Steve Vernon (Hard Roads, Haunted Harbours: Ghost Stories from Old Nova Scotia). Plus, a review of Mike Dubisch's graphic novel Weirdling, news of a friend's short film and the following freaky tunes: "Living Hell" by The Misfits, "Eye of the Storm" by Midnight Syndicate, "Temple of Your Dreams" by Monster Magnet and "Haunted Town" by Lordi.
.: 1:36:38 :: 44.2 MB :: 12 November 2007 :.

010: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick races against time and rings in novel month with interviews of Greg Lamberson (Personal Demons, Johnny Gruesome) and Keith Latch (A Ghost Story, Cemetery Things). Hear what these writers have to say about their craft, their work and tons of other good stuff like B movies and prisons! Tunes include "Gruesome" from the Johnny Gruesome album and "Pale Skin Diva" by Ghoultown.
.: 1:06:14 :: 30.3 MB :: 05 November 2007 :.

009: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick features Cannibal Flesh Riot, the short film by Gris Grimly. Ben triumphantly returns for another Roadkill Review; this time he and Desmond talk about 30 Days of Night on the drive home from the theater. Which one of them is out of his mind? You'll have to listen to find out. Plus, tunes include "I Eat the Dead" by Psycho Charger, "The Wrong Way Out" by The Death Riders and "Monster Mash" by The Misfits.
.: 1:00:52 :: 27.8 MB :: 29 October 2007 :.

008: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick goes over some recent news, reviews Ghoul by novelist Brian Keene and discusses Potter's Field #2 and Fall of Cthulhu #7 both being released by BOOM! Studios this week. All while staying upright in his chair, nonetheless! There's exciting news for the near future of the podcast, and the tunes rounding out the show are "Beware of Ghouls" by The Other and "Partytime (Zombie Version)" by 45 Grave.
.: 37:47 :: 17.3 MB :: 22 October 2007 :.

007: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick reviews Henry and Butcher #1 and The Legend of Joe Moon #0 from Pit Bros. Productions, as well as the upcoming Savage Brothers trade paperback from BOOM! Studios. E-mails and messages abound! Tunes include: "I Don't Wanna Be (A Superhero)" by Michale Graves et al, "Wicked Man" by Ghoultown, "Re Your Brains" by Jonathan Coulton and "Bloodsucking Freaks" by The Motherfucking Browns.
.: 41:04 :: 18.7 MB :: 15 October 2007 :.

006: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick picks the brain of prolific horror comic artist / writer Phil Hester. Phil talks about his classic work on Freaks Amour, The Coffin and Swamp Thing before spilling the beans on news about The Atheist (the comic and the film) and the upcoming Darkness book for Top Cow. Plus: horror news and tunes! Songs include: "Darkness Descends" by Midnight Syndicate and "Are You Ready (For Some Darkness)?" by Turbonegro.
.: 1:04:51 :: 29.6 MB :: 08 October 2007 :.

005: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick presents a prerecorded chat with Uwe Boll and Zack Ward after a screening of the latest Boll movie, Postal. Featuring "Feuer Frei" by Rammstein.
.: 55:45 :: 25.5 MB :: 01 October 2007 :.

004: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick — battling the plague — presents two interviews with contributors to Rue Morgue Magazine. Stuart Feedback Andrews (documentary filmmaker, film critic and horror journalist) and Chris Alexander (composer, film critic, horror journalist and pugilist) are free-flowing in conversations ranging from Michael Moore to Ennio Morricone. More importantly, they talk about punching Uwe Boll, and filming it! Songs included are: "London Dungeon" by Prong, "Organ Grinder" by Chris Alexander and "The Untouchables Main Theme" by Ennio Morricone.
.: 1:05:19 :: 29.8 MB :: 24 September 2007 :.

003: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick unleashes Dying in the Gutters, a new segment of which he only names during the show! Spoiler-free reviews of horror comics abound in this cavalcade of cracking voices. BOOM! Studios, Devil's Due, Dark Horse... are any publishers free from his wrath? Well, these three are, because they do good stuff. Tunes include "A Marine Biologist" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "Setting Fire to Sleep" by The Dillinger Escape Plan and "Scream!" by The Misfits with Michale Graves on vocals.
.: 39:22 :: 18.0 MB :: 17 September 2007 :.

002: In this episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews John A. Russo, co-screenwriter of Night of the Living Dead. He also chatted with the guys from VLE Comics, publishers of the awesome miniseries Nightwolf: The Price. Plus: tunes from American Werewolves and Ghoultown.
.: 37:37 :: 17.2 MB :: 10 September 2007 :.

001: In this inaugural episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick and his friend Ben review Rob Zombie's Halloween, and Desmond returns afterwards to review the soundtrack. Hear some reviews and some tunes.
.: 42:16 :: 19.3 MB :: 03 September 2007 :.

Dread Media: Final Trailer: The final Dread Media trailer.
.: 01:27 :: 687 KB :: 01 September 2007 :.

Dread Media: Teaser Trailer: The original Dread Media teaser trailer.
.: 00:36 :: 566 KB :: 01 September 2007 :.

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